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H. Wang, Xiao, Z. X., Wang, F. G., Xiao, Y. N., Zhao, J. R., Zheng, Y. L., and Qiu, F. Z., Mapping of HtNB, a gene conferring non-lesion resistance before heading to Exserohilum turcicum (Pass.), in a maize inbred line derived from the Indonesian variety Bramadi, vol. 11, pp. 2523-2533, 2012.
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