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Introduction : Biotechnology of major cereals. / Jones, Huw.

Biotechnology of Major Cereals. gol. / Huw D. Jones. CABI Publishing, 2016. t. 1-4.

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Jones, H 2016, Introduction: Biotechnology of major cereals. yn HD Jones (gol.), Biotechnology of Major Cereals. CABI Publishing, tt. 1-4.

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Jones, H. (2016). Introduction: Biotechnology of major cereals. Yn H. D. Jones (Gol.), Biotechnology of Major Cereals (tt. 1-4). CABI Publishing.

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Jones H. Introduction: Biotechnology of major cereals. Yn Jones HD, golygydd, Biotechnology of Major Cereals. CABI Publishing. 2016. t. 1-4

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Jones, Huw. / Introduction : Biotechnology of major cereals. Biotechnology of Major Cereals. Gol. / Huw D. Jones. CABI Publishing, 2016. tt. 1-4

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