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S. D. Waikhom, Ghosh, S., Talukdar, N. C., and Mandi, S. S., Assessment of genetic diversity of landraces of Dendrocalamus hamiltonii using AFLP markers and association with biochemical traits, vol. 11, pp. 2107-2121, 2012.
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S. Ghosh, Majumder, P. B., and S. Mandi, S., Species-specific AFLP markers for identification of Zingiber officinale, Z. montanum and Z. zerumbet (Zingiberaceae), vol. 10, pp. 218-229, 2011.
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