Circular linkage map of Rhizobium meliloti chromosome

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Circular linkage map of Rhizobium meliloti chromosome. / Kondorosi, A; Kiss, G B; Forrai, T; Vincze, Éva; Bánfalvi, Z.

I: Nature, Bind 268, 1977, s. 525-527.

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Kondorosi, A, Kiss, GB, Forrai, T, Vincze, É & Bánfalvi, Z 1977, 'Circular linkage map of Rhizobium meliloti chromosome', Nature, bind 268, s. 525-527. https://doi.org/10.1038/268525a0

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Kondorosi, A., Kiss, G. B., Forrai, T., Vincze, É., & Bánfalvi, Z. (1977). Circular linkage map of Rhizobium meliloti chromosome. Nature, 268, 525-527. https://doi.org/10.1038/268525a0

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Kondorosi A, Kiss GB, Forrai T, Vincze É, Bánfalvi Z. 1977. Circular linkage map of Rhizobium meliloti chromosome. Nature. 268:525-527. https://doi.org/10.1038/268525a0

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Kondorosi A, Kiss GB, Forrai T, Vincze É, Bánfalvi Z. Circular linkage map of Rhizobium meliloti chromosome. Nature. 1977;268:525-527. https://doi.org/10.1038/268525a0

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Kondorosi, A ; Kiss, G B ; Forrai, T ; Vincze, Éva ; Bánfalvi, Z. / Circular linkage map of Rhizobium meliloti chromosome. I: Nature. 1977 ; Bind 268. s. 525-527.

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