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The Relationship between Population Structure and Aluminum Tolerance in Cultivated Sorghum

By Fernanda F. Caniato, Claudia T. Guimarães, Martha Hamblin, Claire Billot, Jean-François Rami, Barbara Hufnagel, Leon V. Kochian, Jiping Liu, Antonio Augusto F. Garcia, C. Tom Hash, Punna Ramu, Sharon Mitchell, Stephen Kresovich, Antônio Carlos Oliveira, Gisela de Avellar, Aluízio Borém, Jean-Christophe Glaszmann, Robert E. Schaffert and Jurandir V. Magalhaes
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3114870
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