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    1. Fukuda, T; Yokoyama, J; Ohashi, H
      Phylogeny and biogeography of the genus Lycium (Solanaceae): Inferences from chloroplast DNA sequences

      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION
    2. Xiao, M; Zhu, ZZ; Zhang, CY
      Qualitative, quantitative and structural analysis of noncoding regions of classical swine fever virus genome

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    3. Belahbib, N; Pemonge, MH; Ouassou, A; Sbay, H; Kremer, A; Petit, RJ
      Frequent cytoplasmic exchanges between oak species that are not closely related: Quercus suber and Q-ilex in Morocco

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    4. Rossetto, M; Jackes, BR; Scott, KD; Henry, RJ
      Intergeneric relationships in the Australian Vitaceae: new evidence from cpDNA analysis

      GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION
    5. Lu, SY; Peng, CI; Cheng, YP; Hong, KH; Chiang, TY
      Chloroplast DNA phylogeography of Cunninghamia konishii (Cupressaceae), anendemic conifer of Taiwan

      GENOME
    6. Chassot, P; Nemomissa, S; Yuan, YM; Kupfer, P
      High paraphyly of Swertia L. (Gentianaceae) in the Gentianella-lineage as revealed by nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequence variation

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    7. Bruneau, A; Forest, F; Herendeen, PS; Klitgaard, BB; Lewis, GP
      Phylogenetic relationships in the Caesalpinioideae (Leguminosae) as inferred from chloroplast trnL intron sequences

      SYSTEMATIC BOTANY
    8. Manktelow, M; McDade, LA; Oxelman, B; Furness, CA; Balkwill, MJ
      The enigmatic tribe whitfieldieae (Acanthaceae): Delimitation and phylogenetic relationships based on molecular and morphological data

      SYSTEMATIC BOTANY
    9. Provan, J; Powell, W; Hollingsworth, PM
      Chloroplast microsatellites: new tools for studies in plant ecology and evolution

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    10. Mohanty, A; Martin, JP; Aguinagalde, I
      Chloroplast DNA study in wild populations and some cultivars of Prunus avium L.

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    11. Bastia, T; Scotti, N; Cardi, T
      Organelle DNA analysis of Solanum and Brassica somatic hybrids by PCR with'universal primers'

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    12. Matyas, G; Sperisen, C
      Chloroplast DNA polymorphisms provide evidence for postglacial re-colonisation of oaks (Quercus spp.) across the Swiss Alps

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    13. Lilly, JW; Havey, MJ
      Sequence analysis of a chloroplast intergenic spacer for phylogenetic estimates in Allium section Cepa and a PCR-based polymorphism detecting mixtures of male-fertile and male-sterile cytoplasmic onion

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    14. Persson, C
      Phylogenetic relationships in Polygalaceae based on plastid DNA sequences from the trnL-F region

      TAXON
    15. Gillespie, LJ; Boles, R
      Phylogenetic relationships and infraspecific variation in Canadian Arctic Poa based on chloroplast DNA restriction site data

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    16. Mummenhoff, K; Bruggemann, H; Bowman, JL
      Chloroplast DNA phylogeny and biogeography of Lepidium (Brassicaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    17. Gravendeel, B; Chase, MW; De Vogel, EF; Roos, MC; Mes, THM; Bachmann, K
      Molecular phylogeny of Coelogyne (Epidendroideae; Orchidaceae) based on plastid RFLPS, matK, and nuclear ribosomal its sequences: Evidence for polyphyly

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    18. Brouat, C; Gielly, L; McKey, D
      Phylogenetic relationships in the genus Leonardoxa (Leguminosae : Caesalpinioideae) inferred from chloroplast trnL intron and trnL-trnF intergenic spacer sequences

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    19. Porter, JM; Kinney, MS; Heil, KD
      Relationships between Sclerocactus and Toumeya (Cactaceae) based on chloroplast trnL-trnF sequences

      HASELTONIA
    20. Friesen, N; Fritsch, RM; Pollner, S; Blattner, FR
      Molecular and morphological evidence for an origin of the aberrant genus Milula within Himalayan species of Allium (Alliacae)

      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION
    21. Crayn, DM; Quinn, CJ
      The evolution of the atp beta-rbcL intergenic spacer in the epacrids (Ericales) and its systematic and evolutionary implications

      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION
    22. Zuber, D; Widmer, A
      Genetic evidence for host specificity in the hemi-parasitic Viscum album L. (Viscaceae)

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    23. Caron, H; Dumas, S; Marque, G; Messier, C; Bandou, E; Petit, RJ; Kremer, A
      Spatial and temporal distribution of chloroplast DNA polymorphism in a tropical tree species

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    24. Muloko-Ntoutoume, N; Petit, RJ; White, L; Abernethy, K
      Chloroplast DNA variation in a rainforest tree (Aucoumea klaineana, Burseraceae) in Gabon

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    25. Desplanque, B; Viard, F; Bernard, J; Forcioli, D; Saumitou-Laprade, P; Cuguen, J; van Dijk, H
      The linkage disequilibrium between chloroplast DNA and mitochondrial DNA haplotypes in Beta vulgaris ssp maritima (L.): the usefulness of both genomes for population genetic studies

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    26. Fineschi, S; Taurchini, D; Villani, F; Vendramin, GG
      Chloroplast DNA polymorphism reveals little geographical structure in Castanea sativa Mill. (Fagaceae) throughout southern European countries

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    27. Mes, THM; Kuperus, P; Kirschner, J; Stepanek, J; Oosterveld, P; Storchova, H; den Nijs, JCM
      Hairpins involving both inverted and direct repeats are associated with homoplasious indels in non-coding chloroplast DNA of Taraxacum (Lactuceae : Asteraceae)

      GENOME
    28. Duret, L; Mouchiroud, D
      Determinants of substitution rates in mammalian genes: Expression pattern affects selection intensity but not mutation rate

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    29. Applequist, WL; Wallace, RS
      Phylogeny of the Madagascan endemic family Didiereaceae

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    30. Eldenas, PK; Linder, HP
      Congruence and complementarity of morphological and trnL-trnF sequence data and the phylogeny of the African Restionaceae

      SYSTEMATIC BOTANY
    31. Yen, AC; Olmstead, RG
      Molecular systematics of Cyperaceae tribe Cariceae based on two chloroplast DNA regions: ndhF and trnL intron-intergenic spacer

      SYSTEMATIC BOTANY
    32. Potter, D; Luby, JJ; Harrison, RE
      Phylogenetic relationships among species of Fragaria (Rosaceae) inferred from non-coding nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequences

      SYSTEMATIC BOTANY
    33. Brysting, AK; Holst-Jensen, A; Leitch, I
      Genomic origin and organization of the hybrid Poa jemtlandica (Poaceae) verified by genomic in situ hybridization and chloroplast DNA sequences

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    34. Petty, ITD; Carter, SC; Morra, MR; Jeffrey, JL; Olivey, HE
      Bipartite geminivirus host adaptation determined cooperatively by coding and noncoding sequences of the genome

      VIROLOGY
    35. Balfourier, F; Imbert, C; Charmet, G
      Evidence for phylogeographic structure in Lolium species related to the spread of agriculture in Europe. A cpDNA study

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    36. Mohanty, A; Martin, JP; Aguinagalde, I
      Chloroplast DNA diversity within and among populations of the allotetraploid Prunus spinosa L.

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    37. Karol, KG; Suh, YB; Schatz, GE; Zimmer, EA
      Molecular evidence for the phylogenetic position of Takhtajania in the Winteraceae: Inference from nuclear ribosomal and chloroplast gene spacer sequences

      ANNALS OF THE MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN
    38. Koch, M; Al-Shehbaz, IA
      Molecular systematics of the Chinese Yinshania (Brassicaceae): Evidence from plastid and nuclear ITS DNA sequence data

      ANNALS OF THE MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN
    39. Steen, SW; Gielly, L; Taberlet, P; Brochmann, C
      Same parental species, but different taxa: molecular evidence for hybrid origins of the rare endemics Saxifraga opdalensis and S-svalbardensis (Saxifragaceae)

      BOTANICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    40. Bartish, IV; Rumpunen, K; Nybom, H
      Combined analyses of RAPDs, cpDNA and morphology demonstrate spontaneous hybridization in the plant genus Chaenomeles

      HEREDITY
    41. Maskas, SD; Cruzan, MB
      Patterns of intraspecific diversification in the Piriqueta caroliniana complex in southeastern North America and the Bahamas

      EVOLUTION
    42. Bakker, FT; Culham, A; Pankhurst, CE; Gibby, M
      Mitochondrial and chloroplast DNA-based phylogeny of Pelarogonium (Geraniaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    43. Bailey, CD; Doyle, JJ
      Potential phylogenetic utility of the low-copy nuclear gene pistillata in dicotyledonous plants: Comparison to nrDNA ITS and trnL intron in Sphaerocardamum and other Brassicaceae

      MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTION
    44. Widmer, A; Baltisberger, M
      Extensive intraspecific chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) variation in the alpine Draba aizoides L-(Brassicaceae): haplotype relationships and population structure

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    45. Tremblay, NO; Schoen, DJ
      Molecular phylogeography of Dryas integrifolia: glacial refugia and postglacial recolonization

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    46. Hamilton, MB
      Four primer pairs for the amplification of chloroplast intergenic regions with intraspecific variation

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    47. Segraves, KA; Thompson, JN; Soltis, PS; Soltis, DE
      Multiple origins of polyploidy and the geographic structure of Heuchera grossulariifolia

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    48. Senjo, M; Kimura, K; Watano, Y; Ueda, K; Shimizu, T
      Extensive mitochondrial introgression from Pinus pumila to P-parviflora var. Pentaphylla (Pinaceae)

      JOURNAL OF PLANT RESEARCH
    49. Mes, THM; Fritsch, RM; Pollner, S; Bachmann, K
      Evolution of the chloroplast genome and polymorphic ITS regions in Allium subg. Melanocrommyum

      GENOME
    50. Weising, K; Gardner, RC
      A set of conserved PCR primers for the analysis of simple sequence repeat polymorphisms in chloroplast genomes of dicotyledonous angiosperms

      GENOME
    51. Stappen, JV; Weltjens, I; Munaut, F; Volckaert, G
      Interspecific and progeny relationships in the genus Stylosanthes inferredfrom chloroplast DNA sequence variation

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE III-SCIENCES DE LA VIE-LIFE SCIENCES
    52. Baker, WJ; Asmussen, CB; Barrow, SC; Dransfield, J; Hedderson, TA
      A phylogenetic study of the palm family (Palmae) based on chloroplast DNA sequences from the trnL-trnF region

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    53. Frey, W; Stech, M; Meissner, K
      Chloroplast DNA-relationship in palaeoaustral Lopidium concinnum (Hypopterygiaceae, Musci). An example of stenoevolution in mosses - Studies in austral temperate rain forest bryophytes 2

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    54. Koch, M; Mummenhoff, K; Hurka, H
      Molecular phylogenetics of Cochlearia (Brassicaceae) and allied genera based on nuclear ribosomal ITS DNA sequence analysis contradict traditional concepts of their evolutionary relationship

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    55. Kiers, AM; Mes, THM; Van der Meijden, R; Bachmann, K
      Morphologically defined Cichorium (Asteraceae) species reflect lineages based on chloroplast and nuclear (ITS) DNA data

      SYSTEMATIC BOTANY
    56. Wojciechowski, MF; Sanderson, MJ; Hu, JM
      Evidence on the monophyly of Astragalus (Fabaceae) and its major subgroupsbased on nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS and chloroplast DNA trnL intron data

      SYSTEMATIC BOTANY
    57. Crescenzo-Chaigne, B; Naffakh, N; van der Werf, S
      Comparative analysis of the ability of the polymerase complexes of influenza viruses type A, B and C to assemble into functional RNPs that allow expression and replication of heterotypic model RNA templates in vivo

      VIROLOGY
    58. Germano, J; Klein, AS
      Species-specific nuclear and chloroplast single nucleotide polymorphisms to distinguish Picea glauca, P-mariana and P-rubens

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    59. Chat, J; Chalak, L; Petit, RJ
      Strict paternal inheritance of chloroplast DNA and maternal inheritance ofmitochondrial DNA in intraspecific crosses of kiwifruit

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    60. Parducci, L; Szmidt, AE
      PCR-RFLP analysis of cpDNA in the genus Abies

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    61. Fofana, B; Baudoin, JP; Vekemans, X; Debouck, DG; du Jardin, P
      Molecular evidence for an Andean origin and a secondary gene pool for the Lima bean (Phaseolus lunatus L..) using chloroplast DNA

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    62. Hollingsworth, ML; Bailey, JP; Hollingsworth, PM; Ferris, C
      Chloroplast DNA variation and hybridization between invasive populations of Japanese knotweed and giant knotweed (Fallopia, Polygonaceae)

      BOTANICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    63. Dumolin-Lapegue, S; Kremer, A; Petit, RJ
      Are chloroplast and mitochondrial DNA variation species independent in oaks?

      EVOLUTION
    64. Meerow, AW; Fay, MF; Guy, CL; Li, QB; Zaman, FQ; Chase, MW
      Systematics of Amaryllidaceae based on cladistic analysis of plastid rbcL and trnL-F sequence data

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    65. Vijverberg, K; Mes, THM; Bachmann, K
      Chloroplast DNA evidence for the evolution of Microseris (Asteraceae) in Australia and New Zealand after long-distance dispersal from Western North America

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    66. Franzke, A; Pollmann, K; Bleeker, W; Kohrt, R; Hurka, H
      Molecular systematics of Cardamine and allied genera (Brassicaceae): Its and non-coding chloroplast DNA

      FOLIA GEOBOTANICA
    67. CROS J; COMBES MC; TROUSLOT P; ANTHONY F; HAMON S; CHARRIER A; LASHERMES P
      PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF CHLOROPLAST DNA VARIATION IN COFFEA L

      Molecular phylogenetics and evolution
    68. Mast, AR
      Molecular systematics of subtribe Banksiinae (Banksia and Dryandra; proteaceae) based on cpDNA and nrDNA sequence data: Implications for taxonomy andbiogeography

      AUSTRALIAN SYSTEMATIC BOTANY
    69. KING RA; FERRIS C
      CHLOROPLAST DNA PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF ALNUS-GLUTINOSA (L.) GAERTN

      Molecular ecology
    70. AAGAARD JE; KRUTOVSKII KV; STRAUSS SH
      RAPD MARKERS OF MITOCHONDRIAL ORIGIN EXHIBIT LOWER POPULATION DIVERSITY AND HIGHER DIFFERENTIATION THAN RAPDS OF NUCLEAR-ORIGIN IN DOUGLAS-FIR

      Molecular ecology
    71. SCHAAL BA; HAYWORTH DA; OLSEN KM; RAUSCHER JT; SMITH WA
      PHYLOGEOGRAPHIC STUDIES IN PLANTS - PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

      Molecular ecology
    72. Salaj, J; Kosova, A; Kormutak, A; Walles, B
      Ultrastructural and molecular study of plastid inheritance in Abies alba and some Abies hybrids

      SEXUAL PLANT REPRODUCTION
    73. GALLOWAY GL; MALMBERG RL; PRICE RA
      PHYLOGENETIC UTILITY OF THE NUCLEAR GENE ARGININE DECARBOXYLASE - AN EXAMPLE FROM BRASSICACEAE

      Molecular biology and evolution
    74. DUMOLINLAPEGUE S; PEMONGE MH; PETIT RJ
      ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CHLOROPLAST AND MITOCHONDRIAL LINEAGES IN OAKS

      Molecular biology and evolution
    75. Hawkins, JA; Harris, SA
      RAPD characterisation of two neotropical hybrid legumes

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    76. Meissner, K; Frahm, JP; Stech, M; Frey, W
      Molecular divergence patterns and infrageneric relationship of Monoclea (Monocleales, Hepaticae) - Studies in austral temperate rain forest bryophytes 1

      NOVA HEDWIGIA
    77. BAYER RJ; STARR JR
      TRIBAL PHYLOGENY OF THE ASTERACEAE BASED ON 2 NONCODING CHLOROPLAST SEQUENCES, THE TRNL INTRON AND TRNL TRNF INTERGENIC SPACER/

      Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden
    78. CHECHETKIN VR; LOBZIN VV
      STUDY OF CORRELATIONS IN SEGMENTED DNA-SEQUENCES - APPLICATION TO STRUCTURAL COUPLING BETWEEN EXONS AND INTRONS

      Journal of theoretical biology
    79. LEE YS; SEONG BL
      NUCLEOTIDES IN THE PANHANDLE STRUCTURE OF THE INFLUENZA-B VIRUS VIRION RNA ARE INVOLVED IN THE SPECIFICITY BETWEEN INFLUENZA-A AND B VIRUSES

      Journal of General Virology
    80. KELCHNER SA; CLARK LG
      MOLECULAR EVOLUTION AND PHYLOGENETIC UTILITY OF THE CHLOROPLAST RPL16INTRON IN CHUSQUEA AND THE BAMBUSOIDEAE (POACEAE)

      Molecular phylogenetics and evolution
    81. PRYCHITKO TM; MOORE WS
      THE UTILITY OF DNA-SEQUENCES OF AN INTRON FROM THE BETA-FIBRINOGEN GENE IN PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF WOODPECKERS (AVES, PICIDAE)

      Molecular phylogenetics and evolution
    82. DUMOLINLAPEGUE S; PEMONGE MH; PETIT RJ
      AN ENLARGED SET OF CONSENSUS PRIMERS FOR THE STUDY OF ORGANELLE DNA IN PLANTS

      Molecular ecology
    83. MANGADA MNM; IGARASHI A
      SEQUENCES OF TERMINAL NONCODING REGIONS FROM 4 DENGUE-2-VIRUSES ISOLATED FROM PATIENTS EXHIBITING DIFFERENT DISEASE SEVERITIES

      Virus genes
    84. FOFANA B; HARVENGT L; BAUDOIN JP; DUJARDIN P
      NEW PRIMERS FOR THE POLYMERASE CHAIN AMPLIFICATION OF CPDNA INTERGENIC SPACERS IN PHASEOLUS PHYLOGENY

      Belgian journal of botany
    85. KISSINGER JC; HAHN JH; RAFF RA
      RAPID EVOLUTION IN A CONSERVED GENE FAMILY - EVOLUTION OF THE ACTIN GENE FAMILY IN THE SEA-URCHIN GENUS HELIOCIDARIS AND RELATED GENERA

      Molecular biology and evolution
    86. GARCIASUAREZ R; ALONSOBLANCO C; FERNANDEZCARVAJAL MC; FERNANDEZPRIETO JA; ROCA A; GIRALDEZ R
      DIVERSITY AND SYSTEMATICS OF DESCHAMPSIA-SENSU-LATO (POACEAE), INFERRED FROM KARYOTYPES, PROTEIN ELECTROPHORESIS, TOTAL GENOMIC DNA HYBRIDIZATION AND CHLOROPLAST DNA ANALYSIS

      Plant systematics and evolution
    87. MES THM; FRIESEN N; FRITSCH RM; KLAAS M; BACHMANN K
      CRITERIA FOR SAMPLING IN ALLIUM BASED ON CHLOROPLAST DNA PCR-RFLPS

      Systematic botany
    88. JAMBRINA E; BARCENA J; UEZ O; PORTELA A
      THE 3 SUBUNITS OF THE POLYMERASE AND THE NUCLEOPROTEIN OF INFLUENZA-BVIRUS ARE THE MINIMUM SET OF VIRAL-PROTEINS REQUIRED FOR EXPRESSION OF A MODEL RNA TEMPLATE

      Virology
    89. CHARMET G; RAVEL C; BALFOURIER F
      PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS IN THE FESTUCA-LOLIUM COMPLEX USING MOLECULAR MARKERS AND ITS RDNA

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    90. ZIEGENHAGEN B; FLADUNG M
      VARIATION IN THE PSBC GENE REGION OF GYMNOSPERMS AND ANGIOSPERMS AS DETECTED KY A SINGLE RESTRICTION SITE POLYMORPHISM

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    91. TESTOLIN R; CIPRIANI G
      PATERNAL INHERITANCE OF CHLOROPLAST DNA AND MATERNAL INHERITANCE OF MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA IN THE GENUS ACTINIDIA

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    92. PETIT RJ; PINEAU E; DEMESURE B; BACILIERI R; DUCOUSSO A; KREMER A
      CHLOROPLAST DNA FOOTPRINTS OF POSTGLACIAL RECOLONIZATION BY OAKS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    93. MCCAULEY DE
      THE RELATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF SEED AND POLLEN MOVEMENT TO THE LOCAL GENETIC-STRUCTURE OF SILENE ALBA

      The Journal of heredity
    94. WACHIRA FN; POWELL W; WAUGH R
      AN ASSESSMENT OF GENETIC DIVERSITY AMONG CAMELLIA-SINENSIS L (CULTIVATED TEA) AND ITS WILD RELATIVES BASED ON RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA AND ORGANELLE-SPECIFIC STS

      Heredity
    95. DUMOLINLAPEGUE S; DEMESURE B; FINESCHI S; LECORRE V; PETIT RJ
      PHYLOGEOGRAPHIC STRUCTURE OF WHITE OAKS THROUGHOUT THE EUROPEAN CONTINENT

      Genetics
    96. ELMOUSADIK A; PETIT RJ
      CHLOROPLAST DNA PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF THE ARGAN TREE OF MOROCCO

      Molecular ecology
    97. MES THM; VANBREDERODE J; THART H
      ORIGIN OF THE WOODY MACARONESIAN SEMPERVIVOIDEAE AND THE PHYLOGENETICPOSITION OF THE EAST-AFRICAN SPECIES OF AEONIUM

      Botanica acta
    98. JOSHI CP; NGUYEN HT
      DIFFERENTIAL DISPLAY-MEDIATED RAPID IDENTIFICATION OF DIFFERENT MEMBERS OF A MULTIGENE FAMILY, HSP16.9 IN WHEAT

      Plant molecular biology
    99. KIM JH; THART H; MES THM
      THE PHYLOGENETIC POSITION OF EAST-ASIAN SEDUM SPECIES (CRASSULACEAE) BASED ON CHLOROPLAST DNA TRNL (UAA)-TRNF (GAA) INTERGENIC SPACER SEQUENCE VARIATION

      Acta botanica neerlandica
    100. ZHENG HY; PALESE P; GACIASASTRE A
      NONCONSERVED NUCLEOTIDES AT THE 3'-END AND 5'-END OF AN INFLUENZA-A VIRUS-RNA PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN VIRAL-RNA REPLICATION

      Virology


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