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Y. Wu, Zou, H. D., Cheng, H., Zhao, C. Y., Sun, L. F., Su, S. Z., Li, S. P., and Yuan, Y. P., Cloning and characterization of a β-amyrin synthase gene from the medicinal tree Aralia elata (Araliaceae), vol. 11, pp. 2301-2314, 2012.
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