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Trend of 2000 year for genetical modified foods and detection of herbicide tolerant soybean



Trend of 2000 year for genetical modified foods and detection of herbicide tolerant soybean



Research Bulletin of Obihiro University Natural Science 22(3): 1-8, October




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