The role of forest genetic resources in responding to biotic and abiotic factors in the context of anthropogenic climate change
Alfaro, R.I.; Fady, B; Vendramin, G.G.; Dawson, I.K.; Fleming, R.A.; Saenz-Romero, C.; Lindig-Cisneros, R.A.; Murdock, T.Q.; Vinceti, B.; Navarro, C.M.; Skrøppa, T.; Baldinelli, G.; El-Kassaby, Y.A.; Loo, J.A.
Catalog ID: 35880
Issued by: Pacific Forestry Centre
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