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G. Sarıkamış, Yanmaz, R., Ermiş, S., Bakır, M., Bakır, M., and Yüksel, C., Genetic characterization of pea (Pisum sativum) germplasm from Turkey using morphological and SSR markers, vol. 9, pp. 591-600, 2010.
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