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L. G. Cota, Moreira, P. A., Menezes, E. V., Gomes, A. S., Ericsson, A. R. O., Oliveira, D. A., and Melo, Jr., A. F., Transferability and characterization of simple sequence repeat markers from Anacardium occidentale to A. humile (Anacardiaceae), vol. 11, pp. 4609-4616, 2012.
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