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Assessment of ecogeographic variation, genetic diversity and genetic erosion in Italian landrace cauliflower and broccoli

, : Assessment of ecogeographic variation, genetic diversity and genetic erosion in Italian landrace cauliflower and broccoli. Gass, T [Author], Gustafsson, M [Author], Astley, D [Author], Frison, E A [Author] Report of a working group on Brassica 63-64


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