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Control biológico de plagas y enfermedades
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Control biológico de enfermedades
Global status and recent progress in breeding wheat for the warmer areas. With the most recent and relevant examples from around the world, Trading in Genes offers the reader a single-volume overview of the connections between biotechnology, trade and sustainability that is both wide-ranging and thorough.
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