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Benefits and limitations of a new genome‐based PCR‐RFLP genotyping assay (GB‐RFLP) : A SNP‐based detection method for identification of species in extremely young adaptive radiations

Benefits and limitations of a new genome‐based PCR‐RFLP genotyping assay (GB‐RFLP) : A SNP‐based detection method for identification of species in extremely young adaptive radiations

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KRATOCHWIL, Claudius F., Andreas F. KAUTT, Sina J. ROMETSCH, Axel MEYER, 2022. Benefits and limitations of a new genome‐based PCR‐RFLP genotyping assay (GB‐RFLP) : A SNP‐based detection method for identification of species in extremely young adaptive radiations. In: Ecology and Evolution. Wiley. 12(3), e8751. eISSN 2045-7758. Available under: doi: 10.1002/ece3.8751

@article{Kratochwil2022-03-23Benef-57052, title={Benefits and limitations of a new genome‐based PCR‐RFLP genotyping assay (GB‐RFLP) : A SNP‐based detection method for identification of species in extremely young adaptive radiations}, year={2022}, doi={10.1002/ece3.8751}, number={3}, volume={12}, journal={Ecology and Evolution}, author={Kratochwil, Claudius F. and Kautt, Andreas F. and Rometsch, Sina J. and Meyer, Axel}, note={Article Number: e8751} }

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