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Molecular analysis of the atp6 locus from male fertile and cytoplasmic male sterile sugar beet and an open reading frame uniquely transcribed in cms mitochondria



Molecular analysis of the atp6 locus from male fertile and cytoplasmic male sterile sugar beet and an open reading frame uniquely transcribed in cms mitochondria



Journal of Cellular Biochemistry Suppl. (15 Part A): 50




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