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Studies on the varietal differentiation of frost resistance in the tea plant. II. Artificial hardening and dehardening experiment with frost resistance



Studies on the varietal differentiation of frost resistance in the tea plant. II. Artificial hardening and dehardening experiment with frost resistance



Ikushugaku Zasshi/Jap. J. Breeding, 16: 165-73



Artificial hardening and dehardening treatments were carried out on five varieties, including; a triploid.

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