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Making the connection between history, agricultural diversity and place: the story of Victorian apples

@inproceedings{Christensen2016MakingTC,
  title={Making the connection between history, agricultural diversity and place: the story of Victorian apples},
  author={Johanna Christensen},
  year={2016}
}
.......................................................................................................................... 8 Acknowledgements ........................................................................................................ 10 1 Chapter One, in which I introduce the wax apples and give an overview of my thesis 12 1.1 My motivation .............................................................................................................. 12 1.2 The wax apple models… Expand

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