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Effect of the management of seed flows and mode of propagation on the genetic diversity in an Andean farming system: the case of oca (Oxalis tuberosa Mol.)

Bibliographic reference Bonnave, Maxime ; Bleeckx, Thomas ; Terrazas, Franz ; Bertin, Pierre. Effect of the management of seed flows and mode of propagation on the genetic diversity in an Andean farming system: the case of oca (Oxalis tuberosa Mol.). In: Agriculture and Human Values, , p. 1-16 (2015)
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