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Influence of iron sources in the nutrient medium on in vitro shoot multiplication and rooting of magnolia and cherry plum

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p.27-38,fig.,ref.
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  • Institute of Ornamental Plants, 1222 Negovan, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Institute of Ornamental Plants, 1222 Negovan, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Institute of Ornamental Plants, 1222 Negovan, Sofia, Bulgaria
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