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C. B. Queiroz, Miranda, E. C., Hanada, R. E., Sousa, N. R., Gasparotto, L., Soares, M. A., and Silva, G. F., Distribution of mating-type alleles and M13 PCR markers in the black leaf spot fungus Mycosphaerella fijiensis of bananas in Brazil, vol. 12, pp. 443-452, 2013.
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