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Ascorbic acid content of blackcurrant fruit is influenced by both genetic and enviromental factors

TitleAscorbic acid content of blackcurrant fruit is influenced by both genetic and enviromental factors
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsWalker PG, Viola R, Woodhead M, Jorgensen L, Gordon SL, Brennan RM, Hancock RD
JournalFunctional Plant Science and Biotechnology
Volume4
Pagination40 - 52
Date Published2010///
Keywords(e-c), Annrep-2010, f/y 2008/09, KT 2010/11, LL, no DOI, not vg 2003, Paul Walker, PPFQ Review 2010, xa Functional Plant Science and Biotechnology N/A, xSubmitted - Mar 2009, xxPublished - Feb 2010, xxxPublished

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