By Lars Ostergaard
Fruit improvement and seed dispersal are significant issues inside plant and crop sciences study with vital advancements in examine being mentioned on a regular basis. Drawing jointly stories by way of a few of the world's best specialists in those parts, the Editor of this quantity, Lars Ostergaard has supplied a quantity that's a vital buy for all these operating in plant and crop sciences around the globe.
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