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Micropropagation Enters a New Commercialization Phase

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  1. John Aynsley, Ph.D., is a specialist in industrial micropropagation

    • John Aynsley
  2. Donald Diotz, M.B.A., is an agricultural economist

    • Donald Diotz
  3. George H. Kidd, Ph.D., is a consultant in the seed and plant sciences.

    • George H. Kidd

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