Variations in growth and genetic properties of Zea mays L. germinants exposed to cold shock
Bulletin of the National Research Centre, September 2020
Beckley Ikhajiagbe, Vona D. Odenore, Josiah E. Ifie, Esther O. Umeokeke, Pieter-Jan Loveniers, Peace I. Enaruna
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