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M. P. C. Telles, Silva, J. B., Resende, L. V., Vianello, R. P., Chaves, L. J., Soares, T. N., and Collevatti, R. G., Development and characterization of new microsatellites for Eugenia dysenterica DC (Myrtaceae), vol. 12, pp. 3124-3127, 2013.
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2012
T. M. Moura, Martins, K., Sujii, P. S., Sebbenn, A. M., and Chaves, L. J., Genetic structure in fragmented populations of Solanum lycocarpum A. St.-Hil. with distinct anthropogenic histories in a Cerrado region of Brazil, vol. 11, pp. 2674-2682, 2012.
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