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S. M. B. Cação, Leite, T. F., Budzinski, I. G. F., Santos, T. Bdos, Scholz, M. B. S., Carpentieri-Pipolo, V., Domingues, D. S., Vieira, L. G. E., and Pereira, L. F. P., Gene expression and enzymatic activity of pectin methylesterase during fruit development and ripening in Coffea arabica L., vol. 11, pp. 3186-3197, 2012.
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