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Heredity of types of inflorescence and fruits in tomato

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Crane, M.B. Heredity of types of inflorescence and fruits in tomato. Journ. of Gen. 5, 1–11 (1915). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02982149

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Keywords

  • Simple Type
  • Compound Type
  • Fruit Shape
  • Parthenocarpic Fruit
  • Plate Versus