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Somatic Cell Genetics of Woody Plants Proceedings of the IUFRO Working Party S2. 04-07 Somatic Cell Genetics held in Grosshansdorf FRG August 10-13, 1987

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Series: Forestry Sciences Volume: 30
Edited By: MR Ahuja
Publisher: Springer Nature
Somatic Cell Genetics of Woody Plants
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Series: Forestry Sciences Volume: 30
Edited By: MR Ahuja
Publisher: Springer Nature
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'The volume will be useful for investigators engaged in foretry research and is recommended as a good addition for libraries.' H. Hattemer and P. Srivastava, Plant Breeding, 1990 'The book will undoubtedly be an excellent source of information not only for researchers engaged in genetics and breeding of woody plants but for researchers in plant physiology, genetics, and related branches in general.' Biologia Plantarum, 33:1, 1991

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