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H. C. C. Ramos, Pereira, M. G., Silva, F. F., Gonçalves, L. S. A., Pinto, F. O., Filho, G. Ade Souza, and Pereira, T. S. N., Genetic characterization of papaya plants (Carica papaya L.) derived from the first backcross generation, vol. 10, pp. 393-403, 2011.
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