Advanced generation breeding proceedings of the I.U.F.R.O. joint meeting of working parties on population and ecological genetics, breeding theory, biochemical genetics and progeny testing, Bordeaux, 1976. by International Union of Forestry Research Organizations.

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Published by I.N.R.A., Laboratoire d"amélioration des conifères in Cestas, France .

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  • Trees -- Breeding -- Congresses.,
  • Forest genetics -- Congresses.

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LC ClassificationsSD399.5 .I57 1976
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Pagination207 p. ;
Number of Pages207
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LC Control Number78318316

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