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Y. D. Sun, Liang, Y., Wu, J. M., Li, Y. Z., Cui, X., and Qin, L., Dynamic QTL analysis for fruit lycopene content and total soluble solid content in a Solanum lycopersicum x S. pimpinellifolium cross, vol. 11, pp. 3696-3710, 2012.
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