Marker-Assisted Selection for Durable Rust Resistance in a Widely Adopted Wheat Cultivar "Inqilab-91"

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Marker-Assisted Selection for Durable Rust Resistance in a Widely Adopted Wheat Cultivar "Inqilab-91". / Awan, Shahid Iqbal; Ahmad, Syed Dilnawaz; Mur, Luis; Ahmed, Myhammad Shahzad.

In: International Journal of Agriculture and Biology, 01.09.2017.

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Awan, S. I., Ahmad, S. D., Mur, L., & Ahmed, M. S. (2017). Marker-Assisted Selection for Durable Rust Resistance in a Widely Adopted Wheat Cultivar "Inqilab-91". International Journal of Agriculture and Biology. https://doi.org/10.17957/IJAB/15.0405

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Awan, Shahid Iqbal ; Ahmad, Syed Dilnawaz ; Mur, Luis ; Ahmed, Myhammad Shahzad. / Marker-Assisted Selection for Durable Rust Resistance in a Widely Adopted Wheat Cultivar "Inqilab-91". In: International Journal of Agriculture and Biology. 2017.

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