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Studies on the oil content and fatty acid composition of edible-oil crops in Korea


, : Studies on the oil content and fatty acid composition of edible-oil crops in Korea. Research Report of the Office of Rural Development, Crop, S Korea Nong sa Si hem Yen ku Po ko, Jak mul pyun 16: 53-64

Three varieties from each of 14 domestic and 2 introduced oil crops were examined.

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