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S. Ahmad, Mahmood, K., Hanif, M., Nazeer, W., Malik, W., Qayyum, A., Hanif, K., Mahmood, A., and Islam, N., Introgression of cotton leaf curl virus-resistant genes from Asiatic cotton (Gossypium arboreum) into upland cotton (G. hirsutum), vol. 10, pp. 2404-2414, 2011.
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