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H. A. V. Souza, Muller, L. A. C., Brandão, R. L., and Lovato, M. B., Isolation of high quality and polysaccharide-free DNA from leaves of Dimorphandra mollis (Leguminosae), a tree from the Brazilian Cerrado, vol. 11, pp. 756-764, 2012.
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