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G. R. Li, Liu, C., Yang, E. N., and Yang, Z. J., Isolation and phylogenetic analysis of novel γ-gliadin genes in genus Dasypyrum, vol. 12, pp. 783-790, 2013.
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E. N. Yang, Yang, Z. J., Zhang, J. F., Zou, Y. C., and Ren, Z. L., Molecular cytogenetic characterization of a new leaf rolling triticale, vol. 10, pp. 2953-2961, 2011.
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