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Calathea. / Van Huylenbroeck, Johan; Calsyn, Evelien; Van den Broeck, Andy; Denis, René; Dhooghe, Emmy.

Ornamental Crops : Handbook of Plant Breeding. ed. / Johan Van Huylenbroeck. Vol. 11 Springer, 2018. p. 301-318 (Handbook of Plant Breeding).

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Harvard

Van Huylenbroeck, J, Calsyn, E, Van den Broeck, A, Denis, R & Dhooghe, E 2018, Calathea. in J Van Huylenbroeck (ed.), Ornamental Crops : Handbook of Plant Breeding. vol. 11, Handbook of Plant Breeding, Springer, pp. 301-318.

APA

Van Huylenbroeck, J., Calsyn, E., Van den Broeck, A., Denis, R., & Dhooghe, E. (2018). Calathea. In J. Van Huylenbroeck (Ed.), Ornamental Crops : Handbook of Plant Breeding (Vol. 11, pp. 301-318). (Handbook of Plant Breeding). Springer.

Vancouver

Van Huylenbroeck J, Calsyn E, Van den Broeck A, Denis R, Dhooghe E. Calathea. In Van Huylenbroeck J, editor, Ornamental Crops : Handbook of Plant Breeding. Vol. 11. Springer. 2018. p. 301-318. (Handbook of Plant Breeding).

Author

Van Huylenbroeck, Johan ; Calsyn, Evelien ; Van den Broeck, Andy ; Denis, René ; Dhooghe, Emmy. / Calathea. Ornamental Crops : Handbook of Plant Breeding. editor / Johan Van Huylenbroeck. Vol. 11 Springer, 2018. pp. 301-318 (Handbook of Plant Breeding).

Bibtex

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