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In vitro cultivation of tissues from seedlings of three species of pine Pinus sylvestris, Scotch pine, Pinus sibirica, Siberian stone pine, Pinus pumila, dwarf Siberian pine



In vitro cultivation of tissues from seedlings of three species of pine Pinus sylvestris, Scotch pine, Pinus sibirica, Siberian stone pine, Pinus pumila, dwarf Siberian pine



Soviet plant physiology 29(2): 162-167




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