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A genetic and ecological study of adaptations in wild wheat


, : A genetic and ecological study of adaptations in wild wheat. Bul Akad Stiince RSSMold, Ser biol i khim n (3): 30-37

Morphological and geographical studies of the wild wheats of Transcaucasia, including a comparative study of flowering and cytogenetic characteristics, shed light on the evolution of their genetic systems, which were realized phenotypically in several adaptations, enabling them to survive and reproduce.

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