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Achievements of breeding to increase quality in winter wheat


, : Achievements of breeding to increase quality in winter wheat. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych (125): 297-308

Several new lines of winter wheat were compared with the standard Polish wheat Malgorzatka Udycka, Wysokolitewka Sztywnoslowa and Zelazna and the imported wheat Starke and Fanal.

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