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Title: Mapping stripe rust resistance genes by BSR-Seq: YrMM58 and YrHY1 on chromosome 2AS in Chinese wheat lines Mengmai 58 and Huaiyang 1 are Yr17

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USDOE Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability (OE), Power Systems Engineering Research and Development (R&D) (OE-10)
OSTI Identifier:
1353487
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2016YFD0101802
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Journal Article: Published Article
Journal Name:
The Crop Journal
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Related Information: CHORUS Timestamp: 2017-04-29 01:32:25; Journal ID: ISSN 2214-5141
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Elsevier
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English

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Wang, Yong, Zhang, Huaizhi, Xie, Jingzhong, Guo, Bingmin, Chen, Yongxing, Zhang, Huaiyu, Lu, Ping, Wu, Qiuhong, Li, Miaomiao, Zhang, Deyun, Guo, Guanghao, Yang, Jian, Zhang, Panpan, Zhang, Yan, Wang, Xicheng, Zhao, Hong, Cao, Tingjie, and Liu, Zhiyong. Mapping stripe rust resistance genes by BSR-Seq: YrMM58 and YrHY1 on chromosome 2AS in Chinese wheat lines Mengmai 58 and Huaiyang 1 are Yr17. Country unknown/Code not available: N. p., 2017. Web. doi:10.1016/j.cj.2017.03.002.
Wang, Yong, Zhang, Huaizhi, Xie, Jingzhong, Guo, Bingmin, Chen, Yongxing, Zhang, Huaiyu, Lu, Ping, Wu, Qiuhong, Li, Miaomiao, Zhang, Deyun, Guo, Guanghao, Yang, Jian, Zhang, Panpan, Zhang, Yan, Wang, Xicheng, Zhao, Hong, Cao, Tingjie, & Liu, Zhiyong. Mapping stripe rust resistance genes by BSR-Seq: YrMM58 and YrHY1 on chromosome 2AS in Chinese wheat lines Mengmai 58 and Huaiyang 1 are Yr17. Country unknown/Code not available. doi:10.1016/j.cj.2017.03.002.
Wang, Yong, Zhang, Huaizhi, Xie, Jingzhong, Guo, Bingmin, Chen, Yongxing, Zhang, Huaiyu, Lu, Ping, Wu, Qiuhong, Li, Miaomiao, Zhang, Deyun, Guo, Guanghao, Yang, Jian, Zhang, Panpan, Zhang, Yan, Wang, Xicheng, Zhao, Hong, Cao, Tingjie, and Liu, Zhiyong. Sat . "Mapping stripe rust resistance genes by BSR-Seq: YrMM58 and YrHY1 on chromosome 2AS in Chinese wheat lines Mengmai 58 and Huaiyang 1 are Yr17". Country unknown/Code not available. doi:10.1016/j.cj.2017.03.002.
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title = {Mapping stripe rust resistance genes by BSR-Seq: YrMM58 and YrHY1 on chromosome 2AS in Chinese wheat lines Mengmai 58 and Huaiyang 1 are Yr17},
author = {Wang, Yong and Zhang, Huaizhi and Xie, Jingzhong and Guo, Bingmin and Chen, Yongxing and Zhang, Huaiyu and Lu, Ping and Wu, Qiuhong and Li, Miaomiao and Zhang, Deyun and Guo, Guanghao and Yang, Jian and Zhang, Panpan and Zhang, Yan and Wang, Xicheng and Zhao, Hong and Cao, Tingjie and Liu, Zhiyong},
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journal = {The Crop Journal},
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year = {Sat Apr 01 00:00:00 EDT 2017},
month = {Sat Apr 01 00:00:00 EDT 2017}
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