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A possible contribution of environmentally induced changes to the domestication of plants
- A. C. Zeven
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It is suggested that environmentally induced heritable changes may have played a role during plant domestication.
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- A possible contribution of environmentally induced changes to the domestication of plants
Volume 24, Issue 2 , pp 369-370
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- 1. Institute of Plant Breeding (IvP), Agricultural University, Wageningen, the Netherlands