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Reciprocal benefits of coordinated research in physiological genetics and plant breeding disease resistance adaptation to environment



Reciprocal benefits of coordinated research in physiological genetics and plant breeding disease resistance adaptation to environment



Hortscience 3(4): 257-258




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