EpiRILs

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EpiRILs. / Catoni, Marco; Cortijo, Sandra.

Advances in Botanical Research: Plant Epigenetics Coming of Age for Breeding Applications. 2018. p. 87-116 (Plant Epigenetics Coming of Age for Breeding Applications; Vol. 88).

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Harvard

Catoni, M & Cortijo, S 2018, EpiRILs. in Advances in Botanical Research: Plant Epigenetics Coming of Age for Breeding Applications. Plant Epigenetics Coming of Age for Breeding Applications, vol. 88, pp. 87-116. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.abr.2018.08.002

APA

Catoni, M., & Cortijo, S. (2018). EpiRILs. In Advances in Botanical Research: Plant Epigenetics Coming of Age for Breeding Applications (pp. 87-116). (Plant Epigenetics Coming of Age for Breeding Applications; Vol. 88). https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.abr.2018.08.002

Vancouver

Catoni M, Cortijo S. EpiRILs. In Advances in Botanical Research: Plant Epigenetics Coming of Age for Breeding Applications. 2018. p. 87-116. (Plant Epigenetics Coming of Age for Breeding Applications). https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.abr.2018.08.002

Author

Catoni, Marco ; Cortijo, Sandra. / EpiRILs. Advances in Botanical Research: Plant Epigenetics Coming of Age for Breeding Applications. 2018. pp. 87-116 (Plant Epigenetics Coming of Age for Breeding Applications).

Bibtex

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