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I. Polat, Kaçar, Y. A., Yesiloglu, T., Uzun, A., Tuzcu, O., Gulsen, O., Incesu, M., Kafa, G., Turgutoglu, E., and Anil, S., Molecular characterization of sour orange (Citrus aurantium) accessions and their relatives using SSR and SRAP markers, vol. 11, pp. 3267-3276, 2012.
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