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I. A. Arif, Bakir, M. A., Khan, H. A., Farhan, A. H. Al, Homaidan, A. A. Al, Bahkali, A. H., M. Sadoon, A., and Shobrak, M., Application of RAPD for molecular characterization of plant species of medicinal value from an arid environment, vol. 9, pp. 2191-2198, 2010.
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M. A. Moslem, Bahkali, A. H., Abd-Elsalam, K. A., and Wit, P. J. G. M., An efficient method for DNA extraction from Cladosporioid fungi, vol. 9, pp. 2283-2291, 2010.
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I. A. Arif, Khan, H. A., Shobrak, M., Homaidan, A. A. Al, M. Sadoon, A., Farhan, A. H. Al, and Bahkali, A. H., Interpretation of electrophoretograms of seven microsatellite loci to determine the genetic diversity of the Arabian Oryx, vol. 9, pp. 259-265, 2010.
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K. A. Abd-Elsalam, Almohimeed, I., Moslem, M. A., and Bahkali, A. H., M13-microsatellite PCR and rDNA sequence markers for identification of Trichoderma (Hypocreaceae) species in Saudi Arabian soil, vol. 9, pp. 2016-2024, 2010.
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M. A. Moslem, Mashraqi, A., Abd-Elsalam, K. A., Bahkali, A. H., and Elnagaer, M. A., Molecular detection of ochratoxigenic Aspergillus species isolated from coffee beans in Saudi Arabia, vol. 9, pp. 2292-2299, 2010.
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