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Comparative Organogenesis between Terrestrial and Epiphytic Cymbidium Species

  title={Comparative Organogenesis between Terrestrial and Epiphytic Cymbidium Species},
  author={Kazuhiko Shimasaki and Shunpei Uemoto and 島崎 一彦 and 上本 俊平},
  journal={Journal of The Faculty of Agriculture Kyushu University},
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