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S. Ashkani, Rafii, M. Y., Sariah, M., A. Akmar, S. Nor, Rusli, I., H. Rahim, A., and Latif, M. A., Analysis of simple sequence repeat markers linked with blast disease resistance genes in a segregating population of rice (Oryza sativa), vol. 10, pp. 1345-1355, 2011.
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