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Microsatellite isolation and marker development in carrot - genomic distribution, linkage mapping, genetic diversity analysis and marker transferability across Apiaceae

By Pablo F Cavagnaro, Sang-Min Chung, Sylvie Manin, Mehtap Yildiz, Aamir Ali, Maria S Alessandro, Massimo Iorizzo, Douglas A Senalik and Philipp W Simon
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