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Population Genetic Structure of Golden Jackal , Canis aureus in Gujarat , India

@inproceedings{Negi2015PopulationGS,
  title={Population Genetic Structure of Golden Jackal , Canis aureus in Gujarat , India},
  author={Tripti Negi and Yadavendradev V. Jhala},
  year={2015}
}
Received 29 May 2015 Revised 5 June 2015 Accepted 15 June 2015 Available online 30 June 2015 

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