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Molecular dissection of interspecific variation between Gossypium hirsutum and G. barbadense (cotton) by a backcross-self approach : II. Fiber fineness

Bibliographic reference Draye, Xavier ; Chee, P.W. ; Jiang, Chun-Xiao ; Decanini, Laura ; Delmonte, Terrye A. ; et. al. Molecular dissection of interspecific variation between Gossypium hirsutum and G. barbadense (cotton) by a backcross-self approach : II. Fiber fineness. In: Theoretical and Applied Genetics : international journal of plant breeding research, Vol. 111, no. 4, p. 764-771 (2005)
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