Diversity and spatial genetic structure of a natural population of Theobroma speciosum (Malvaceae) in the Brazilian Amazon.
Dardengo, Juliana de Freitas Encinas; Rossi, Ana Aparecida Bandini; da Silva, Bruna Mezzalira; da Silva, Ivone Vieira; da Silva, Carolina Joana; Sebbenn, Alexandre Magno.
Rev Biol Trop
; 64(3): 1091-9, 2016 Sep.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29461785
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