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F. J. Delgado-Martinez, Amaya, I., Sánchez-Sevilla, J. F., and Gomez-Jimenez, M. C., Microsatellite marker-based identification and genetic relationships of olive cultivars from the Extremadura region of Spain, vol. 11, pp. 918-932, 2012.
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