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S. S. Pereira, Guimarães, F. C. M., Carvalho, J. F. C., Stolf-Moreira, R., Oliveira, M. C. N., Rolla, A. A. P., Farias, J. R. B., Neumaier, N., and Nepomuceno, A. L., Transcription factors expressed in soybean roots under drought stress, vol. 10, pp. 3689-3701, 2011.
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