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T. Mornkham, Wangsomnuk, P. P., Wangsomnuk, P., Jogloy, S., Pattanothai, A., and Fu, Y. B., Comparison of five DNA extraction methods for molecular analysis of Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus), vol. 11, pp. 572-581, 2012.
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P. P. Wangsomnuk, Khampa, S., Wangsomnuk, P., Jogloy, S., Mornkham, T., Ruttawat, B., Patanothai, A., and Fu, Y. B., Genetic diversity of worldwide Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus) germplasm as revealed by RAPD markers, vol. 10, pp. 4012-4025, 2011.
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