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X. C. Lin, Chow, T. Y., Chen, H. H., Liu, C. C., Chou, S. J., Huang, B. L., Kuo, C. I., Wen, C. K., Huang, L. C., and Fang, W., Understanding bamboo flowering based on large-scale analysis of expressed sequence tags, vol. 9, pp. 1085-1093, 2010.
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