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Frost tolerance in fruit species. III. Statistical method of assessing frost tolerance in reproductive organs of apple trees under artificial stress



Frost tolerance in fruit species. III. Statistical method of assessing frost tolerance in reproductive organs of apple trees under artificial stress



Archiv fur Gartenbau2(8): 347-363




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