Building the molecular cytogenetic infrastructure of a new model grass

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Building the molecular cytogenetic infrastructure of a new model grass. / Jenkins, Glyn; Hasterok, Robert; Draper, John.

Application of Novel Cytogenetic and Molecular Techniques in Genetics and Breeding of the Grasses. ed. / Z. Zwierzykowski; M. Surma; P. Kachlicki. Polish Academy of Sciences, 2003. p. 77-84.

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Jenkins, G, Hasterok, R & Draper, J 2003, Building the molecular cytogenetic infrastructure of a new model grass. in Z Zwierzykowski, M Surma & P Kachlicki (eds), Application of Novel Cytogenetic and Molecular Techniques in Genetics and Breeding of the Grasses. Polish Academy of Sciences, pp. 77-84.

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Jenkins, G., Hasterok, R., & Draper, J. (2003). Building the molecular cytogenetic infrastructure of a new model grass. In Z. Zwierzykowski, M. Surma, & P. Kachlicki (Eds.), Application of Novel Cytogenetic and Molecular Techniques in Genetics and Breeding of the Grasses (pp. 77-84). Polish Academy of Sciences.

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Jenkins G, Hasterok R, Draper J. Building the molecular cytogenetic infrastructure of a new model grass. In Zwierzykowski Z, Surma M, Kachlicki P, editors, Application of Novel Cytogenetic and Molecular Techniques in Genetics and Breeding of the Grasses. Polish Academy of Sciences. 2003. p. 77-84

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Jenkins, Glyn ; Hasterok, Robert ; Draper, John. / Building the molecular cytogenetic infrastructure of a new model grass. Application of Novel Cytogenetic and Molecular Techniques in Genetics and Breeding of the Grasses. editor / Z. Zwierzykowski ; M. Surma ; P. Kachlicki. Polish Academy of Sciences, 2003. pp. 77-84

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