2 edition of Plant breeding symposium DSIR 1986 found in the catalog.
Plant breeding symposium DSIR 1986
Plant Breeding Symposium DSIR (1986 Lincoln, N.Z.)
|Statement||Editors: T.A. Williams, G.S. Wratt.|
|Series||Special publication / Agronomy Society of New Zealand -- 5|
|Contributions||Williams, Tracy Ann., Wratt, Gillian Shirley., Agronomy Society of New Zealand., New Zealand. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 382p. :|
|Number of Pages||382|
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Journal of Cereal Science 11 () Baking Quality of Australian Wheat Cultivars Varying in their Free Lipid Composition J. PANOZZO*, L. O'BRIENt, F. MAcRITCHIEt and F, BEKESt * Victorian Crops Research Institute, Horsham, VictoriaAustralia, t University of Sydney, Narrabri, NSWAustralia and t CSIRO Wheat Research Unit, North Ryde, NSWCited by: PUBLIC AND PRIVATE BREEDING: A COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY FOR A CONTINUUM N.G.
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Baker Center for Plant Breeding Kenneth J. Frey Endowed Chair Professor, Department of Agronomy Habilitation (Plant Breeding & Biotechnology),University of Hohenheim, Germany Ph.D.
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