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K. X. Ouyang, Liu, M. Q., Pian, R. Q., Liu, S. S., and Chen, X. Y., Isolation and analysis of α-expansin genes in the tree Anthocephalus chinensis (Rubiaceae), vol. 12. pp. 1061-1073, 2013.
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