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Hybridization in annual plants: patterns and dynamics during a four-year study in mixed Rhinanthus populations

Bibliographic reference Ducarme, Véronique ; Vrancken, Jérôme ; Wesselingh, Renate A.. Hybridization in annual plants: patterns and dynamics during a four-year study in mixed Rhinanthus populations. In: Folia Geobotanica, Vol. 45, no. 4, p. 387-405 (2010)
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