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S. X. Chen, Du, J. N., Hao, L. N., Wang, C. Y., Chen, Q., and Chang, Y. X., Identification of markers tightly linked to tomato yellow leaf curl disease and root-knot nematode resistance by multiplex PCR, vol. 11, pp. 2917-2928, 2012.
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