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Y. Ling, Zhang, X. - Q., Ma, X., Chen, S. - Y., Chen, T. - T., and Liu, W., Analysis of genetic diversity among wild bermudagrass germplasm from southwest China using SSR markers, vol. 11, pp. 4598-4608, 2012.
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X. Ma, Chen, S. - Y., Bai, S. - Q., Zhang, X. - Q., Li, D. - X., Zhang, C. - B., and Yan, J. - J., RAPD analysis of genetic diversity and population structure of Elymus sibiricus (Poaceae) native to the southeastern Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, China, vol. 11, pp. 2708-2718, 2012.
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