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Y. Q. Tan, Xie, C. X., Jiang, H. Y., Ye, H., Xiang, Y., Zhu, S. W., and Cheng, B. J., Molecular mapping of genes for opposite leafing in maize using simple-sequence repeat markers, vol. 10, pp. 3472-3479, 2011.
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S. W. Zhu, Fang, Z. Y., Jiang, H. Y., and Cheng, B. J., Molecular and functional analysis of the poly-β-hydroxybutyrate biosynthesis operon of Pseudomonas sp BJ-1, vol. 9, pp. 2349-2356, 2010.
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F. Chen, Zhu, S. W., Xiang, Y., Jiang, H. Y., and Cheng, B. J., Molecular marker-assisted selection of the ae alleles in maize, vol. 9, pp. 1074-1084, 2010.
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