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Chunthaburee, S., S. Sakuanrungsirikul, T. Wongwarat, J. Sanitchon, W. Pattanagul and P. Theerakulpisut, 2016. Changes in anthocyanin content and expression of anthocyanin synthesis genes in seedlings of black glutinous rice in response to salt stress. Asian J. Plant Sci., 15: 56-65.
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