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Contrasting genetic structure of adults and progeny in a Louisiana iris hybrid population

Bibliographic reference Cornman, R. Scott ; Burke, John M. ; Wesselingh, Renate A. ; Arnold, Michael L.. Contrasting genetic structure of adults and progeny in a Louisiana iris hybrid population. In: Evolution : international journal of organic evolution, Vol. 58, no. 12, p. 2669-2681 (2004)
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