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The U.S. National Cotton Germplasm Collection – Its Contents, Preservation, Characterization, and Evaluation

By Richard G. Percy, James E. Frelichowski, Mark D. Arnold, Todd B. Campbell, Jane K. Dever, David D. Fang, Lori L. Hinze, Dorrie Main, Jodi Scheffler, Monica A. Sheehan, Mauricio Ulloa, Jing Yu and John Yu

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Richard G. Percy, James E. Frelichowski, Mark D. Arnold, Todd B. Campbell, Jane K. Dever, David D. Fang, Lori L. Hinze, Dorrie Main, Jodi Scheffler, Monica A. Sheehan, Mauricio Ulloa, Jing Yu and John Yu (July 2nd 2014). The U.S. National Cotton Germplasm Collection – Its Contents, Preservation, Characterization, and Evaluation, World Cotton Germplasm Resources Ibrokhim Abdurakhmonov, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/58386. Available from:

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