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A novel single-base mutation in CaBRI1 confers dwarf phenotype and brassinosteroid accumulation in pepper

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A novel single-base mutation in CaBRI1 confers dwarf phenotype and brassinosteroid accumulation in pepper
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Molecular Genetics & Genomics, November 2019
DOI 10.1007/s00438-019-01626-z
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Bozhi Yang, Shudong Zhou, Lijun Ou, Feng Liu, Liying Yang, Jingyuan Zheng, Wenchao Chen, Zhuqing Zhang, Sha Yang, Yanqing Ma, Xuexiao Zou

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