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Chinese Science Bulletin, Volume 58 , Issue 16 : 1919-1930(2013) https://doi.org/10.1007/s11434-013-5726-1

High-quality reference genes for quantifying the transcriptional responses of Oryza sativa L. (ssp. indica and japonica) to abiotic stress conditions

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  • AcceptedDec 10, 2012
  • PublishedMay 15, 2013

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