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M. A. Hameed, Rana, R. M., and Ali, Z., Identification and characterization of a novel Iraqi isolate of Fusarium pseudograminearum causing crown rot in wheat, vol. 11, pp. 1341-1348, 2012.
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R. M. Rana, Dong, S., Ali, Z., Huang, J., and Zhang, H. S., Regulation of ATG6/Beclin-1 homologs by abiotic stresses and hormones in rice (Oryza sativa L.), vol. 11, pp. 3676-3687, 2012.
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