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Name: Nafeesa
Status: n/a
Grade: n/a
Location: Outside U.S.
Country: USA
Date: Fall 2013

What is the contribution of microevolution in plant breeding? and what are the examples of microevolution in plants?
Hello, the following sites should be helpful:

and an example in wheat:

Anthony Brach, Ph.D.
Harvard University

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