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L. K. P. Camargo, Mógor, A. F., Resende, J. T. V., and Da-Silva, P. R., Establishment and molecular characterization of a sweet potato germplasm bank of the highlands of Paraná State, Brazil, vol. 12, pp. 5574-5588, 2013.
R. G. F. Morales, Resende, J. T. V., Resende, F. V., Delatorre, C. A., Figueiredo, A. S. T., and Da-Silva, P. R., Genetic divergence among Brazilian garlic cultivars based on morphological characters and AFLP markers, vol. 12, pp. 270-281, 2013.
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2012
P. R. Da-Silva, Brammer, S. P., Guerra, D., Milach, S. C. K., Barcellos, A. L., and Baggio, M. I., Monosomic and molecular mapping of adult plant leaf rust resistance genes in the Brazilian wheat cultivar Toropi, vol. 11, pp. 2823-2834, 2012.
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2011
P. R. Da-Silva, Milach, S. C. K., and Tisian, L. M., Transferability and utility of white oat (Avena sativa) microsatellite markers for genetic studies in black oat (Avena strigosa), vol. 10, pp. 2916-2923, 2011.
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