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R. M. Rana, Khan, S. H., Ali, Z., Khan, A. I., and Khan, I. A., Elucidation of thermotolerance diversity in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) using physio-molecular approaches, vol. 10, pp. 1156-1167, 2011.
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A. I. Khan, Khan, I. A., Awan, F. S., Sadaqat, H. A., and Bahadur, S., Estimation of genetic distance based on RAPDs between 11 cotton accessions varying in heat tolerance, vol. 10, pp. 96-101, 2011.
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R. Binyamin, M. Khan, A., Khan, A. I., M. Khan, A., Awan, F. S., and Khan, N. A., Molecular characterization of urdbean (Vigna mungo) germplasm related to resistance against urdbean leaf crinkle virus, vol. 10, pp. 1681-1688, 2011.
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