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Arif. M., Jan,MT., Khan, N.U., Khan, A., Khan,M.J., Munir, I., 2010. Effect of seed priming on growth parameters of soybean. Pak. J. Bot., 42 (4), 2803-2812.
Javaid, A., Anjum, T., 2006. Control of Parthenuim hysterophorus (L.) by aqueous extracts of allelopathic grasses. Pak. J. Bot., 38 (1), 139-145.
Oya, T., Neopmoceno, T.L., Neumaier, N., Farias, J.R.B., Tobita, S., 2004. Drought tolerance characteristics of Brazilian soybean cultivars. J. Plant Prod. Sci., 7, 129-137
Munir, M., 2002. Mononegaviruses of veterinary importance. Volume I: Pathobiology and molecular diagnosis: 1st edn. CABI, UK.
Narwal, S.S., 2004. Allelopathy in crop production.Scientific Publishers, Jodhapur, India.
Software and websites
National Agricultural Statistics Service. 1998. Crops county data. Available online with updates at https://usda.mannlib.comell. edu/data-sets/crops/9X10
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Anonymous. 2012-13. Pakistan Economic Survey 2012-13. Finance and Economic Affairs Division, Ministry of Finance, Govt. of Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan.
GoP. 2012-13. Agricultural Statistics Year Book 2013-14. Ministry of National Food Security and Research, Islamabad, Pakistan.
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Gnanadurai, C.W., Lyon, D.C., Jackson, A. C., Fu, Z.F., 2014. Rabies Virus. p. 209-221. In: Munir, M (eds), Mononegaviruses of veterinary importance. Volume I: Pathobiology and molecular diagnosis, 2ndedn. CABI, UK.
Tanner, J.W., Hume, D.J., 1978. Soybean management and production. Chapter.6. p.157-217. In: A.G. Norman Soybean Physiology, Agronomy and Utilization Academic Press. New York.
Author, A., 2003. Thesis title with lower case initials to all words. PhD thesis, University, Town, Country.
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