new plant secondary pathways mailing list

Tracy Sterling tsterlin at NMSU.EDU
Mon May 5 11:00:06 EST 1997

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>From: sankelly at NMSU.Edu (Sandy Kelly)
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Tracy M. Sterling
Associate Professor, Weed Physiology
Dept. Entom., Plant Path. and Weed Sci.
New Mexico State University
Dept. 3BE, Box 30003
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