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Genomic tools development for Aquilegia: construction of a BAC-based physical map

By Guang-Chen Fang, Barbara P Blackmon, David C Henry, Margaret E Staton, Christopher A Saski, Scott A Hodges, Jeff P Tomkins and Hong Luo
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