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Characterization of Quercus Species Distributed in Jordan Using Molecular Markers

By Mohammad S. Jawarneh, Mohammad H. Brake, Riad Muhidat, Hussein M. Migdadi, Jamil N. Lahham, Ahmad Ali El-Oqlah

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Mohammad S. Jawarneh, Mohammad H. Brake, Riad Muhidat, Hussein M. Migdadi, Jamil N. Lahham, Ahmad Ali El-Oqlah (September 10th 2012). Characterization of Quercus Species Distributed in Jordan Using Molecular Markers, International Conference on Applied Life Sciences, Farhad Nejadkoorki, IntechOpen, DOI: null. Available from:

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