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Assessing the spatial dependence of adaptive loci in 43 European and Western Asian goat breeds using AFLP markers

Bibliographic reference Colli, L. ; Baret, Philippe ; et. al. Assessing the spatial dependence of adaptive loci in 43 European and Western Asian goat breeds using AFLP markers. In: PLoS One, Vol. 9, no.1, p. e86668 (2014)
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