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Genetic studies in potatoes: Abnormal segregation in families arising from the crossS. utils xS. tuberosum

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Salaman, R.N. Genetic studies in potatoes: Abnormal segregation in families arising from the crossS. utils xS. tuberosum . Journ. of Gen. 20, 311–343 (1929). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02983153

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  • Apical Process
  • Domestic Plant
  • Leaf Character
  • Terminal Leaflet
  • Blue Flower