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1. Classification of wheat varieties grown in the United States in 1949 (id:CAT86201072)

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2. Distribution of the varieties and classes of wheat in the United States in 1949 (id:CAT87217234)

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3. Classification of wheat varieties grown in the United States in 1939 (id:CAT86200790)

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4. Classification of wheat varieties grown in the United States (id:CAT86200453)

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5. Inheritance of stem-rust reaction and correlation of characters in Pentad, Nodak, and Akrona durum-wheat crosses (id:CAT86200379)

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6. Breeding hard red winter wheats for winter hardiness and higher yield (id:CAT86200130)

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7. Inheritance of awnedness, yield, and quality in crosses between bobs, hard federation, and propo wheats at Davis, California (id:CAT86200036)

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8. Comparative hardiness of winter-wheat varieties (id:CAT87217030)

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9. The durum wheats (id:ORC00000411)

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10. The club wheats (id:ORC00000410)

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11. Classification of American wheat varieties (id:CAT87212876)

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12. The common white wheats (id:ORC00000409)

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13. The hard red spring wheats (id:ORC00000473)

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14. The hard red winter wheats (id:ORC00000475)

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15. Marquis wheat (id:ORC00000284)

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16. Varieties of hard spring wheat (id:ORC00000303)

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17. Growing hard spring wheat (id:ORC00000302)