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ReferenceHanin M and Paszkowski J (2003) Plant genome modification by homologous recombination Current Opinion in Plant Biology 6:157-162.
ReferenceRahman S et al. (2003) The sugary-type isoamylase gene from rice and Aegilops tauschii: characterization and comparison with maize and Arabidopsis Genome 46:496-506.
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ReferenceRabbani MA et al. (2003) Monitoring expression profiles of rice genes under cold, drought, and high-salinity stresses and abscisic acid application using cDNA microarray and RNA get-blot analyses Plant Physiology 133:1755-1767.
ReferenceThangavelu M et al. (2003) HAPPY mapping in a plant genome: reconstruction and analysis of a high-resolution physical map of a 1.9 Mbp region of Arabidopsis thaliana chromosome 4 Plant Biotechnology Journal 1:23-31.
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