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Tables of Contents

Volume 1 - 1991
Volume 2 - 1992
Volume 3 - 1993
Volume 4 - 1994
Volume 5 - 1995
Volume 6 - 1996
       Volume 7 - 1997
Volume 8 - 1998
Volume 9 - 1999
Volume 10 - 2000
Volume 11 - 2001
Volume 12 - 2002
       Volume 13 - 2003
Volume 14 - 2004
Volume 15 - 2005
Volume 16 - 2006
Volume 17 - 2007
Later Issues

Volume 1 - 1991

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1 Genetic resources conservation for Daucus
Dave Astley (United Kingdom)
2 Celery breeding and the status of Apium wild species as potential resources for celery improvement
Carlos Quiros (USA)
5 Carrot breeding in Poland
Barbara Michalik (Poland)
7 Carrot breeding work at HRI-Wellesbourne
Brian Smith and Tim Crowther (United Kingdom)
8 Carrot breeding in the United States
P.W. Simon (United States)
10 Structure of the nectaries of male-sterile and male-fertile lines of Daucus carota L.
Anna Wroblewska and Zofia Kolasa (Poland)
12 Nitrate content in carrot cultivars depending on nitrogen concentration in soil
A. Zabagio, E. Zukowska, and B. Michalik (Poland)
14 Sources of resistance to carrot fly, Psila rosae , in carrots and wild umbelliferae
P.R. Ellis (Great Britain)
16 The soil conditions and carrot invection by Alternaria radicina M.E. et Ed.
Mariola Beresniewicz (Poland)
18 Quality of carrot hybrid seeds
A. Bonnet (France)
21 Storing of Apium graveolens var. dulce seed vessels according to the "seed-root-seed method
J. Dyduch (Poland)
23 Meeting Announcement/Germplasm Request/Exchange
24 Membership List

Volume 2 - 1992

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1Research programs on Foeniculum vulgareMill. (fennel)
M. Marotti, V. Dellacecca, R. Piccaglia and Giovanelli (Italy)
2Coriandrum sativusL. and Levisticum officinaleL. as sources of pollen food for insects
Anna Wr?blewska (Poland)
5Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration from cell suspension protoplasts of celery (Apium graveolensL.)
C. Watin de Pontfarcy and C. Bigot (France)
6The effects of cytokinin on carrot seed quality
Larry K. Hiller (United States)
9The effect of etephon on celery seedstalk height and seed production characteristics
J. Dyduch, R. G?recki and J. Borkowski (Poland)
12Celery (Apium graveolemsvar. dulce) cultivaton for seeds from plants wintering in greenhouse, Part I
J. Dyduch (Poland)
15Isolation of Alternaria radicinausing selective medium
B. Pryor, R.M. Davis and R. Gilbertson (United States)
17Evaluations of plant introductions of Daucusspecies for tolerance to Alternaria dauci and some other horticultural characteristics
James Strandberg (United States)
25Evaluation of Daucusgermplasm for resistance to the southern root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita
A.E. MacGuidwin and P.W. Simon (United States)
31Membership List

Volume 3 - 1993

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1Research on maintainers of male sterile lines in carrot (Daucus carotaL.) I.
M. Nieuwhof (The Netherlands)
4Research on maintainers of male sterile lines in carrot (Daucus carotaL.) II.
M. Nieuwhof (The Netherlands)
7Heavy metal content in four F1 hybrid carrot roots
B. Michalik, M. Gaweda, A. Zabagio, and E. Zukowska (Poland)
10The possibilities of lead reduction in carrot roots. I. Organic matter in soil
M. Gaweda (Poland)
13Effect of alar treatment on celery seed production
J. Dyduch, R. G?recli and J. Borkowski (Poland)
16Celery (Apium graveolensvar. Dulce) cultivation for seeds from plants wintering in the greenhouse, Part II
J. Dyduch (Poland)
19Meeting Notice - 25th International Carrot Improvement Workshop, Bakersfield, California, February 6-7, 1995
21Membership List

Volume 4 - 1994

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1The model of celery seed production in Poland
J. Dyduch (Poland)
4Flavor, color, and nematode resistance of open-pollinated carrots
P.W. Simon (United States)
11Study of stigmatic receptivity, pollen viability and self-compatability in the domestic carrot (Daucus carotaL.)
A. Bonnet (France)
14Characterization of tetraploid carrots
A. Bonnet & J. Rode (France)
16Heritability and genetic control of root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne haplaChitwood) resistance in carrot (Daucus carotaL.)
M. Wang and I. Goldman (United States)
22Release of Wisconsin Wild petaloid male sterile carrot cytoplasm
P.W. Simon (United States)
25Release of carrot inbred B5238 germplasm
P.W. Simon (United States)
27Release of carrot inbred B6253 germplasm
P.W. Simon (United States)
29Release of carrot inbred B6333 germplasm
P.W. Simon (United States)
31Release of carrot inbred B6366 germplasm
P.W. Simon (United States)
33Release of carrot inbred B7254 germplasm
P.W. Simon (United States)
35Release of carrot inbred B7262 germplasm
P.W. Simon (United States)
37Release of carrot inbred B7322 germplasm
P.W. Simon (United States)
39Release of Motley Dwarf resistant carrot population
P.W. Simon (United States)
41Membership list

Volume 5 - 1995

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1The role of furanocoumarins occurring in Umbelliferae family
T. Wolski and J. Dyduch  (Poland)
4Evaluation of furanocoumarin content in the fruits of botanic varieties of celery (Apium graveolensL.)
T. Wolski and J. Dyduch  (Poland)
8Resistance to leaf spot (Spetoria apiicola) in celery
D.A.C. Pink  (United Kingdom)
11Search for suitable sowing dates for quality seed production in coriander (Coriandrum sativumL.)
S.M. Chudhari, S.M. Kharche and S.D. Warade  (India)
14Commercial value of the world carrot seed crop
P.W. Simon (United States)
16Summary of world carrot production 1961-1993
FAO Yearbook Production Statistics
17U.S. seed production of Umbelliferous crops, 1940-1980
USDA Agricultural Statistics
18U.S. carrot and celery production, consumption, and value
USDA Agricultural Statistics
19Membership List

Volume 6 - 1996

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1Carrot cultivars and production in Brazil
Antonio Ismael Inacio Cardoso (Brazil)
5Effect of seed priming on germination, vigour and yield of carrot and parsley
B. Dabrowski, K. Kolasinska, and A. Leszczynska (Poland)
11Carrot seed production using blowflies
P.W. Simon (United States)
13Seasonal changes in biomass increase and phytochemical composition in parsnip organs (Pastinaca sativa L.)
    Part I.  Biomass increase in plants

J. Dyduch and T. Wolski (Poland)
16Seasonal increase in biomass and changes in phytochemical composition of parsnip organs (Pastinaca sativa L.)
    Part II.  Changes of phytochemical composition

J. Dyduch and T. Wolski (Poland)
19Management of cavity spot in carrots by use of immunodiagnostics
M.R. Groom (England)
22The use of immunoassay test kits for pesticide management in carrot crops
M.R. Groom (England)
24Pythium violaeimmunoassay protocol - Envirologix, Inc.
Bruce S. Ferguson (United States)
28Complexes of plant furanocoumarin useful in therapy of chalkbrood disease of the honey bee
Z. Glinski and T. Wolski (Poland)
33Release of 17 carrot lines
M. Masson (France)
3426th International Carrot Conference Program, Toronto, Canada
3927th International Carrot Conference Plans, Madison, WI, USA
40Membership List

Volume 7 - 1997

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1Potential and varibility of signs when inbreeding carrot plants
Dr. T.K. Gorovaya (Ukraine)
4Deploying image analysis as a tool for carrot breeding and plant variety protection
Jonathan C. Davey, Graham W. Horgan, and Mike Talbot (United Kingdom)
7Cultivar variability in phenolic metabolism of carrot roots
Part I.  Accumulation of certain phenol compounds

M. Leja, B. Stodolak, A. Mareczek, and S. Rozek (Poland)
10Cultivar variability in phenolic metabolism of carrot roots
Part II.  Enzymatic discoloration

M. Leja, B. Stodolak, A. Mareczek, and S. Rozek (Poland)
13Chromatographic analysis of furanocoumarins in the cultivated umbellifere plants (Umbelliferae-Apiceae)  Part I.  Introduction and methods of studies
T. Wolski and J. Dyduch (Poland)
16Chromatographic analysis of furanocoumarins in the cultivated umbellifere plants (Umbelliferae-Apiceae)  Part II.  Parsnip (Pastinaca sativaL.)
T. Wolski and J. Dyduch (Poland)
20Carrot inflorescence organ influence on tissue proliferation, somatic embryo and plant development
O.F. Sergienko (Ukraine)
23Tolerance of vegetable crops to halosulfuron
Milton E. McGiffen, Jr., Edmond J. Ogbuchiekwe, C. Henry Wu, and Jose L. Aguiar (California - USA)
25Spectrum and frequency of carrot diseases spreading in the forest-steppe of Ukraine
E.M. Chernenko (Ukraine)
27The effect of N and K fertilization on yielding of turnip-rooted parsley and its quality after over-wintering and storage
A. Biesiada and E. Kolota (Poland)
30The yielding of fennel according to the growing method and the seeding date
Renata Dobromilska (Poland)
33The reaction of the fennel cultivar on the cultivation conditions
Renata Dobromilska (Poland)
36Carrot cultivar trials
M.R. McDonald, S. Janse, and K. Vander Kooi (Canada)
40Carrot cultivars evaluation
Barbara Michalik and Barbara Jagosz  (Poland)
53Programme of EUCARPIA Carrot '97 meeting (Poland)
5827thInternational Carrot Conference(Wisconsin - USA)
Program Information
61Membership List

Volume 8 - 1998

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1Daucusand Apiaceae in the USDA germplasm collection1.
Kathleen R. Reitsma and Mark P. Widrlechner (Iowa - USA)
5A novel carrot mutant, spineless seed.
Yong Park (Korea)
8Adaptive and combinative ability of carrot male sterile lines.
T.K. Gorovaya (Ukraine)
11Influence of toxins of causal organism alt. radicina on different by resistance.
E.M. Chernenko (Ukraine)
14Peculiarities of trophic relations of insects with Umbelliferae (Daucuscarota) plants.
V.L. Chernenko (Ukraine)
17Distribution of nitrate, phenolics and some enzymes within the carrot root.
M. Leja, A. Mareczek, S. Rozek, B. Stodolak (Poland)
20Effect of fertization with reduced nitrogen forms on phenolic metabolism in carrot roots.
M. Leja, S. Rozek, A. Mareczek (Poland)
23Nutritional value of hybrids in relation to parental varieties of carrots.
O. Gauciene, P. Vi?kelis, R. Karkleliene (Lithuania)
27The evaluation of chemical composition of the roots of five parsnip cultivars (Pastinaca sativaL.).
T. Wolski, J. Dyduch, B.M. Smith (Poland and United Kingdom)
31The content and composition of furanocoumarin complexes in the fruit of five parsnip cultivars (Pastinaca sativaL.).
T. Wolski, J. Dyduch, B.M. Smith (Poland and United Kingdom)
35The effect of flat covering of plants in the field cultivation of fennel.
Renata Dobromilska (Poland)
38The effect of method and rate of N fertilization on yielding and biological value of celeriac.
A. Biesiada and E. Kolota (Poland)
41Membership List

Volume 9 - 1999

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1Carrot breeding on resistance
K.M. Chernenko and T.K. Gorovaya (Ukraine)
3Advances in tuberous-rooted chervil (Chaerophyllum bulbosumL.), new "old vegetable" for temperate climates
J.V. P?ron and M. Briard (France)
8A network for Daucus Carotagenetic resources: management and strategies
M. Briard and V. Le Clerc (France)
10The use of ISSR to assess genetic diversity among carrot germplasm
V. Le Clerc, M. Briard, and J. Delettre (France)
13Nutritional value of hybrids in relation to parental varieties of carrots
O. Gau?ien•-, P. Vi?kelis, and R. Karklelien•- (Lithuanian)
17The content and chemical composition of the essential oil present in the storage roots of four cultivars of parsnip (Pastinaca sativaL.)
T. Wolski and J. Dyduch (Poland)
20Phenologic development and carbon reserves within tuberous-rooted chervil (Chaerophyllum bulbosumL.)
O.J. Ayala Garay, M. Braird, J. Granger, and J.Y. P?ron (France)
24The content of major components found in the leaves of five parsnip cultivars (Pastinaca sativaL.)
J. Dyduch and T. Wolski (Poland)
27Results of presowing seed priming of coriander (Coriandrum sativumL.)
B. Dabrowska, E. Capecka, and K. Suchorska (Poland)
30The effect of fertilization method on yield and biological value of carrot
A. Biesiada and E. Kolota (Poland)
33European union genetic resources project on carrot.
D. Astley (United Kingdom)
3528th International Carrot Conference
37Carrot Conference Registration Form
38Membership list

Volume 10 - 2000

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1Umbellifer crops genetic resources in Poland
T. Kotlinska (Poland)
5Breeding of carrot on high food quality
T.K. Gorovaya, K.I. Yakovenko, and V.E. Barsukova (Ukraine)
8The content and composition of essential oils obtained from three stalk celery varieties (Apium graveolensL. var. dulce Mill. Pers.)
T. Wolski, J. Dyduch, and A. Najda (Poland)
13The evaluation of chemical composition of extracts from the fruit of two stalk celery varieties (Apium graveolensL. var. dulce Mill. Pers.)
T. Wolski, J. Dyduch, and A. Najda (Poland)
17Marker signs of non-specific carrot resistance to cutworms (Noctuidae) - Turnip Moth (Agrotis segetum Schiff) and Heart Moth (A. exclamations L.)
V.L. Chernenko (Ukraine)
19Diagnostics of carrot resistance to black rot with express - method by seeds
E.M. Chernenko and V.L. Chernenko (Ukraine)
21Overwintering of parsnip (Pastinaca Sativa L.) in relation to mineral fertilization and agrotextile cover
A. Biesiada and E. Kolota (Poland)
25Influence of sowing terms and thickness of stand on the fractional composifiok of carrot plants
K.I. Yakovenko (Ukraine)
30Effect of growing place on growth and development of two fennel cultivars.
Part I: Biometric properties of plants

R. Dobromilska (Poland)
33Effect of growing place on the yield quantity and quality of two fennel cultivars.
Part II: Plant yield

R. Dobromilska (Poland)
36Effect of presowing conditioning and fungicide application on seed yield of coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.)
E. Capecka, B. Dabrowska, and K. Suchorska-Tropilo (Poland)
39Packaging carrot cultivar trial - 2000
S. Janse and M.R. McDonald (Canada)
42Celery cultivar trial in Hokkaido, Japan
T. Shizuyuki, F. Komai, and M. Iritani (Japan)
46Membership List

Volume 11 - 2001

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1CARROT PRODUCTION AND BREEDING IN CHINA
Liang-yi (China)
4UMBELLIFERAE FAMILY PLANTS (APIACEAE)AS OIL AND COUMARIN MATERIALS PART 1. THE CONTENT AND COMPOSITION OF ESSENTIAL OILS OBTAINED FROM THE FRUITS OF ANGELICA (ARCHANGELICA OFFICINALIS HOFFM.)
T. Wolski, A. Najda, A. Ludwiczuk, and J. Dyduch, (Poland)
8UMBELLIFERAE FAMILY PLANTS (APIACEAE)AS OIL AND COUMARIN MATERIALS PART II. THE CONTENT AND COMPOSITION OF COUMARINS OBTAINED FROM THE FRUITS OF ANGELICA (ARCHANGELICA OFFICINALIS HOFFM.)
T. Wolski, A. Ludwiczuk, J. Dyduch, and A. Najda (Poland)
13FRUITS OF LOVAGE (LEVISTICUM OFFICINALE KOCH.)AS OILFEROUS MATERIAL
T. Wolski, J. Dyduch, A. Najda, and S. Kwiatkowski (Poland)
17EFFECTS OF PRE-SOWING SEED TREATMENT OF ECONOMICALLY IMPORTANT SPECIES OF UMBELLIFERAE
B. Dabrowski and K. Kolasinska (Poland)
23THE EFFECT OF SEED SOWING DATE AND METHOD OF SEEDLINGS RAISING ON QUALITY OF TRANSPLANTS AND YIELD OF CELERIAC PART I. QUALITY OF TRANSPLANTS
A. Biesiada and E. Kolota (Poland)
26THE EFFECT OF SEED SOWING DATE AND METHOD OF SEEDLINGS RAISING ON QUALITY OF TRANSPLANTS AND YIELD OF CELERIAC PART II. CROP YIELD
A. Biesiada and E. Kolota (Poland)
29PACKAGING CARROT CULTIVAR TRIAL 2001
S. Janse and M.R. McDonald (Canada)
36Membership List

Volume 12 - 2002

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1THE EFFECTS OF SEEDS TREATMENT AND SOWING DATE ON QUALITY OF TRANSPLANTS AND YIELD OF CELERIAC (APIUM GRAVEOLENS L.)
E. Kolota, and P. Chohura (Poland)
6EVALUATING CONSUMER ACCEPTANCE OF "NUTRITIONALLY IMPROVED" CARROTS WITH UNUSUAL PIGMENTS AT WASHINGTON STATE FARMERS MARKETS
E. Sorensen and P.W. Simon
11PACKAGING CARROT CULTIVAR TRIAL - 2002
S. Janse and M.R. McDonald (Canada)
162002 USDA WISCONSIN CUT AND PEEL CARROT TRIALS
P.W. Simon and Rob Kane
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Volume 13 - 2003

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1-5DEPENDENCE OF CALLUSOGENIC, PROLIFERATIVE AND EMBYOGENIC POTENTIAL OF CARROT IN VITRO TISSUES FROM THE DONOR PLANT DEVELOPMENT PHASE
O.F. Sergienko (Ukraine)
6-10CULTIVATION PRODUCTION TRIALS OF HERACLEUM CANDICANS, A THREATENED HIGH VALUE MEDICINAL HERB, IN HIMACHAL HIMALAYA
Hermant K. Badola and Jitendra S. Butola (India)
11-13THE EFFECT OF POT SIZE AND TERM OF SEED SOWING ON YIELDING OF LEAFY TYPE OF PARSLEY
E. Kolota and S. Winiarska (Poland)
14-21PACKAGING CARROT CULTIVAR TRIAL - 2003
S. Janse and M.R. McDonald (Canada)
22MEMBERSHIP LIST

Volume 14 - 2004

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1-3GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF TROPICAL CARROTS
Pritam Kalia (India)
4-6INFLUENCE OF INSECT POLLINATION ON SEED SET OF FOENICULUM CAPILLACEUMGILIB.
Anna Wr?blewska (Poland)
7-11QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE COMPOSITION OF THE ESSENTIAL OIL FROM THE SEEDS OF DAUCUS CAROTAL. SSP. CAROTAAND DAUCUS CAROTAL. SSP. SATIVUS
Jan Dyduch and Agnieszka Najda (Poland)
12-14SCREENING FOR RESISTANCE SOURCE OF ALTERNARIA LEAF BRIGHT (ALTERNARIA DAUCI L) ON CARROT AT HIGHLAND CONDITION IN KOREA
Young-Seok Kwon, Ju-Seoung Im, Eung-Ho Lee, Won-Bae Kim, and Jeom-Soon Kim (Korea)
15-17EFFECTS OF YIELD AND QUALITY ON HARVEST TIME OF CARROT (DAUCUS CAROTAL.) ON HIGHLAND IN KOREA
Young-Seok Kwon, Won-Bae Kim, and Seung-Yeol Ryu (Korea)
18-22EFFECT OF NO-TILLAGE AND PLANT MULCHES ON YIELD STRUCTURE OF PARSLEY ROOTS
Marzena B?a?ewicz-Wo?niak (Poland)
23-25COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PLAIN AND CURLED LEAF TYPES OF PARSLEY CULTIVARS [PETROSELINUM CRISPUM(MILL.)]
E. Kolota and S. Winiarska (Poland)
26-31PACKAGING CARROT CULTIVAR TRIAL - 2004
S. Janse and M.R. McDonald (Canada)
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Volume 15 - 2005

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1-3EFFECT OF POLLEN SOURCE AND INDUCTION MEDIUM COMPOSITION ON DH PLANT PRODUCTION THROUGH INDUCED PARTHENOGENESIS IN DAUCUS CAROTA
Agnieszka Kielkowska and Adela Adamus (Poland))
4-6A NEW TOOL OR NON-DESTRUCTIVE ANALYSIS OF UMBELLIFERAE: NIR-FT-RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY
Malgorzata Baranska and Hartwig Schulz (Germany and Poland)
7-9EVALUATION OF DAUCUS GENETIC RESOURCES FOR RESISTANCE TO LEAF FUNGAL DISEASES
Thomas Nothnagel and Rafal Baranski (Germany and Poland)
10-12CHANGE OF DRY MATTER AND L-ASCORBIC ACID CONTECTS IN LEAVES OF COMMON GOUTWEED DEPENDING ON HARVEST DATE
Gra?yna Zawi?lak (Poland))
13-17CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF ESSENTIAL OIL OCCURRING IN VARIOUS ANATOMICAL PARTS OF CELERY
Agnieszka Najda, Jan Dyduch, and Tadeusz Wolski (Poland)
18-20YIELDING OF DILL PLANTS CULTIVATED FOR SEEDS
Malgorzata Kawecka and Jan Dyduch (Poland)
21-26SUITABILITY OF ENTEC 26 - AMMONIUM STABILIZED N FERTILIZER AS A SOURCE OF NITROGEN FOR CELERIAC
E. Kolota and K. Adamczewska-Sowi?ska (Poland)
27-36PACKAGING CARROT CULTIVAR TRIAL - 2005
S. Janse and M.R. McDonald (Canada)
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Volume 16 - 2006

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1-2SUCCESS STORY OF CARROT SEED PRODUCTION IN BANGLADESH
M. A. Rahim, H. R. M. Masud Anwar, and S. M. Rabiul Hassan (Bangladesh)
3-7RESULTS OF AN EXPLORATION TO EXPAND THE DIVERSITY OF DAUCUS AND APIACEAE GERMPLASM COLLECTIONS
Mark P. Widrlechner, Kathleen R. Reitsma, and David M. Brenner (USA)
8-10YIELDING OF NEW LEAFY TYPE OF PARSLEY CULTIVARS [PETROSELINUM CRISPUM (MILL.)]
Sykwia Winiarska and Eugeniusz Kolota (Poland)
11-20PACKAGING CARROT CULTIVAR TRIAL - 2006
S. Janse and M. R. McDonald (Canada)
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Volume 17 - 2007

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1-3PERFORMANCE OF CARROT AS INTERCROP UNDER MULTISTORIED AGROFORESTRY SYSTEM IN BANGLADESH
M. S. Bari and M. A. Rahim (Bangladesh)
4-7OBTAINING RESISTANT TO SCLEROTINIA SCLEROTIORUM(LIB. DE BY CARROT FORMS IN CULTURE IN VITRO
O. F. Sergienko, V. L. Chernenko, and O. F. Lazutkina (Ukraine)
8-22PACKAGING CARROT CULTIVAR TRIAL - 2007
S. Janse and M. R. McDonald (Canada)
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