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Use of Organelle Markers to Study Genetic Diversity in Soybean

By Lidia Skuza, Ewa Filip and Izabela Szućko

Submitted: March 21st 2012Reviewed: August 1st 2012Published: January 2nd 2013

DOI: 10.5772/52028

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Lidia Skuza, Ewa Filip and Izabela Szućko (January 2nd 2013). Use of Organelle Markers to Study Genetic Diversity in Soybean, A Comprehensive Survey of International Soybean Research James E. Board, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/52028. Available from:

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