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Farmers’ unconscious incorporation of sexually-produced genotypes into the germplasm of a vegetatively-propagated crop (Oxalis tuberosa Mol.)

Bibliographic reference Bonnave, Maxime ; Bleeckx, Guillaume ; Rojas Beltrán, J. ; Maughan, Peter ; Flamand, Marie-Christine ; et. al. Farmers’ unconscious incorporation of sexually-produced genotypes into the germplasm of a vegetatively-propagated crop (Oxalis tuberosa Mol.). In: Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution : an international journal, Vol. 61, p. 721-740 (2014)
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