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Polyploidy and radiosensitivity in wheat and barley

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Bhaskaran, S., Swaminathan, M.S. Polyploidy and radiosensitivity in wheat and barley. Genetica 32, 1–32 (1962). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01816084

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