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M. Riaz, Farooq, J., Sakhawat, G., Mahmood, A., Sadiq, M. A., and Yaseen, M., Genotypic variability for root/shoot parameters under water stress in some advanced lines of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.), vol. 12, pp. 552-561, 2013.
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