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Luther Burbank's cactus caper

Garden (Bronx, NY) 10: 5

Luther Burbank's cactus caper

Accession: 017991794

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Howard, W.L., 1938: Luther Burbank. The centennial anniversary of the birth of the American plant breeder provides the opportunity for this biographical sketch. Timirjazev, Micurin and Lysenko are cited in appreciation of Burbank's work. The reservations of formal genetisists c...

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