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Implementing isolation perimeters around genetically modified maize fields

Bibliographic reference Devos, y ; Reheul ; Thas, O ; De Clercq, Eva M. ; Cougnon ; et. al. Implementing isolation perimeters around genetically modified maize fields. In: Agronomy for Sustainable Development : sciences des productions vegetales et de l'environnement, Vol. 27, no.3, p. 155-165 (2007)
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