DIVERSITY OF ADAPTATION, AGRONOMIC POTENTIAL AND FRUIT QUALITY OF LONICERA CAERULEA L.
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DegreeDoctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
SupervisorChibbar, Ravindra; Bors, Robert
CommitteeTanino, Karen; Tar'an, Bunyamin; Wilen, Ron; Bai, Yuguang
Copyright DateApril 2017
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