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Constitution of a farro subpopulation (Triticum dicoccum Schubler) selected for the production of high quality products



Constitution of a farro subpopulation (Triticum dicoccum Schubler) selected for the production of high quality products



Tecnica Molitoria 52(8): 760-761



SDS-PAGE revealed the presence of HMW glutenin subunits 7+8 and 6+8.

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