A genealogy of the citrus family

  title={A genealogy of the citrus family},
  author={Riccardo Velasco and Concetta Licciardello},
  journal={Nature Biotechnology},
Clarification of the genetic relationships among species opens new possibilities for enhancing citrus diversity and disease resistance. 
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