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Cbf genes of the Fr-A2 allele are differentially regulated between long-term cold acclimated crown tissue of freeze-resistant and – susceptible, winter wheat mutant lines

By Fedora Sutton, Ding-Geng Chen, Xijin Ge and Don Kenefick
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