Development of multiplexed perfect markers for screening key rice traits

Ardashir K Masouleh, Daniel LE Waters, Russell F Reinke, Robert J Henry

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EventPlant and Animal Genomes XVIII Conference -
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Masouleh, A. K., Waters, D. LE., Reinke, R. F., & Henry, R. J. (2010). Development of multiplexed perfect markers for screening key rice traits. Plant and Animal Genomes XVIII Conference, .
Masouleh, Ardashir K ; Waters, Daniel LE ; Reinke, Russell F ; Henry, Robert J. / Development of multiplexed perfect markers for screening key rice traits. Plant and Animal Genomes XVIII Conference, .
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Masouleh, AK, Waters, DLE, Reinke, RF & Henry, RJ 2010, 'Development of multiplexed perfect markers for screening key rice traits', Plant and Animal Genomes XVIII Conference, 08/01/10.

Development of multiplexed perfect markers for screening key rice traits. / Masouleh, Ardashir K; Waters, Daniel LE; Reinke, Russell F; Henry, Robert J.

2010. Plant and Animal Genomes XVIII Conference, .

Research output: Other contribution to conferenceOther

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Masouleh AK, Waters DLE, Reinke RF, Henry RJ. Development of multiplexed perfect markers for screening key rice traits. 2010. Plant and Animal Genomes XVIII Conference, .