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Biology of fodder plants in the permafrost zone
|Statement||editor-in-chief, L.G. Elovskaya.|
|Contributions||Elovskai͡a︡, L. G.|
|LC Classifications||SB202.S65 B5613 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||84902764|
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Sm Quarto,PPAuthor: Editor In Chief L. Elovskaya. Get this from a library. Biology of fodder plants in the permafrost zone = (Biologii︠a︡ kormovykh rasteniĭ v zone vechnoĭ merzloty). [L G Elovskai︠a︡; United States. Department of Agriculture.; National Science Foundation (U.S.);].
Biology of Fodder Plants in the Permafrost The need to increase production of agri- Zone, by L.G. Elovskaya. Published for the cultural products in the northeastern part of Dept.
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