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The genomic impact of selection for virulence against resistance in the potato cyst nematode, Globodera pallida

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  1. Institutional Strategic Support Fund 2: ISSF 2

    Naismith, J.

    The Wellcome Trust

    1/11/1431/10/16

    Project: Standard

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