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Development and characterization of chloroplast simple sequence repeat markers for Prunus taxa (eleven Japanese native taxa and two foreign taxa)

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The Effect of Altitude on the Pattern of Gene Flow in the Endemic Canary Island Pine, Pinus canariensis

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Roles of African swine fever virus structural proteins in viral infection

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First Laboratory Confirmation of Salmonid Alphavirus Type 2 (SAV2) Infection in Poland

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Comparative Analysis of Karyotypes from the Strezelecki Ranges Race of the Complex Eucalyptus globulus Labill. ssp. globulus (Myrtaceae) and a Population in Central-Southern Chile

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Isolation, Characterization and Phylogenetic Analysis of Nucleotide Binding Site-encoding Disease-resistance Gene Analogues from European Aspen (Populus tremula)

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Microarray Analysis of Gene Expression in Triploid Black Poplar

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Coronaviruses in avian species – review with focus on epidemiology and diagnosis in wild birds

Introduction Among the most abundant viruses infecting a wide variety of animals, including birds and humans are representatives of the large Coronaviridae family. Their virions contain the largest single-stranded positive sense RNA (ssRNA) genome, the feature which distinguishes them from other known viral RNA genomes ( 19 ). Similarly to other RNA viruses, coronaviruses (CoVs) are characterised by high genetic diversity driven by mutation and recombination, which can lead to the emergence of new viruses. Such new pathogens can have new features which even

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Characterization of Juglans nigra (L.), Juglans regia (L.) and Juglans x intermedia (Carr.) by SSR markers: a case study in Italy

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Genetic evaluation of Cryptomeria japonica breeding materials for male-sterile trees

) Genetic management of seed orchards based on information revealed by molecular markers. Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 87:161–169 (in Japanese with English summary). https://doi.org/10.4005/jjfs.87.161 Moriguchi Y, Tani N, Itoo S, Kanechira F, Tanaka K, Yomogida H, Taira H, Tsumura Y (2005b) Gene flow and mating system in five Cryptomeria japonica D. Don seed orchards as revealed by analysis of microsatellite markers. Tree Genetics and Genomes 1:174–183. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11295-005-0023-z Moriguchi Y, Totsuka S, Iwai J, Matsumoto A, Ueno

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