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Achievements and prospects for the development of experimental mutagenesis in Poland


, : Achievements and prospects for the development of experimental mutagenesis in Poland. Eksperim mutagenez v selektsii: 264

Research into the theoretical and technical aspects of experimental mutagenesis of barley, oats, winter wheat, pea, soya bean, legumes, vegetables and ornamental and medicinal plants has begun only recently in Poland.

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