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S. Rastogi and D. Ohri

of B-chromosomes in Piceaglauca (Moench,) Voss = P. canadensis B. S. P. Citologija 43(8): 809–814 Camacho JPM (2005) B chromosomes In: The Evolution of Genome, Gregory TR (ed.), Elsevier Inc.pp. 223-286. Chouhdry AS (1984) Karyomorphological and cytological studies in Ephedra. J. Sci. Hiroshima Univ., Ser. B,. 19: 57–109 Chouhdry SA, Tanaka R (1983) On the occurrence of accessory chromosomes in Ephedra major. Chromosome Inf. Serv. 35: 26–27 Farukshina GG, Putenikhin VP (2004) Karyotype

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Wenxia Chen, Mu Cao, Yuanxiu Wang, Zhichun Zhou and Li-An Xu

integrating pine genomics. Genetics 159: 799-809. CAI J. and K. JI (2009): Diversity of SSR Markers and strategy of genetic linkage map making with masson’s pine egagametophytes (in Chinese). Molecular Plant Breeding 7: 934-940. doi: 10.3969/mpb.007.000934 CHAGNÉ, D., G. BROWN, C. LALANNE, D. MADUR, D. POT, D. NEALE and C. PLOMION (2003): Comparative genome and QTL mapping between maritime and loblolly pines. Molecular Breeding 12: 185-195. CHAKRAVARTI, A., L. K. LASHER and J. E. REEFER (1991): A maximum likelihood for

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Grzegorz Woźniakowski, Maciej Frant and Andrzej Mamczur

shares some evolutionary lineage with mammalian retroviruses, but the potential to infect humans is negligible ( 12 ). In spite of the possible seroconversion in humans and low titres of antibodies present in human sera the infection is non-productive. The virus is represented by a sole serotype which may be differentiated into three antigenic subtypes. The capsid of REV is approximately 100 nm in diameter. Its density determined on a sucrose density gradient is between 1.16 and 1.18 g/mL. The genome comprises single stranded RNA (ssRNA), and on the basis of genomic

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S. Dobrzeniecka, K. K. Nkongolo, P. Michael, S. Wyss and M. Mehes

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Shuri Kato, Asako Matsumoto, Reiko Mizusawa, Yoshiaki Tsuda, Yoshihiko Tsumura and Hiroshi Yoshimaru

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M. Navascués, G. G. Vendramin and B. C. Emerson

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Ewa Borzym, Joanna Maj-Paluch, Magdalena Stachnik, Marek Matras and Michał Reichert

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Ning Jia, Yunwen Ou, Zygmunt Pejsak, Yongguang Zhang and Jie Zhang

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Yong Zhang, Shougong Zhang, Liwang Qi, Tao Zhang, Chunguo Wang, Chengbin Chen and Wenqin Song

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J. Espejo Cardemil and C. Baeza Perry

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