Registration of WCL-LO4-gail lesquerella with improved harvest index

  title={Registration of WCL-LO4-gail lesquerella with improved harvest index},
  author={D. Dierig and G. Dahlquist and T. Coffelt and D. T. Ray and T. Isbell and Guang-yao Wang},
  journal={Journal of Plant Registrations},
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