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The R2 mobile element of Rhynchosciara americana: molecular, cytological and dynamic aspects (2009)

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  • DOI: 10.1007/s10577-009-9038-x
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  • Título: Chromosome Research

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      PAULA REZENDE-TEIXEIRA,; SIVIERO, Fábio; ROSA, Marina da Costa; MACHADO-SANTELLI, Gláucia Maria. The R2 mobile element of Rhynchosciara americana: molecular, cytological and dynamic aspects. Chromosome Research, Oxford, v. 17, n. 4, p. 455-467, 2009. DOI: 10.1007/s10577-009-9038-x.
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      Paula Rezende-Teixeira,, Siviero, F., Rosa, M. da C., & Machado-Santelli, G. M. (2009). The R2 mobile element of Rhynchosciara americana: molecular, cytological and dynamic aspects. Chromosome Research, 17( 4), 455-467. doi:10.1007/s10577-009-9038-x
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      Paula Rezende-Teixeira, Siviero F, Rosa M da C, Machado-Santelli GM. The R2 mobile element of Rhynchosciara americana: molecular, cytological and dynamic aspects. Chromosome Research. 2009 ; 17( 4): 455-467.
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      Paula Rezende-Teixeira, Siviero F, Rosa M da C, Machado-Santelli GM. The R2 mobile element of Rhynchosciara americana: molecular, cytological and dynamic aspects. Chromosome Research. 2009 ; 17( 4): 455-467.

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