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Xu X, Pan SK, Cheng SF, Zhang B, Mu DS, Ni PX, Zhang GY, Yang S, Li RQ, Wang J et al..  2011.  Genome sequence and analysis of the tuber crop potato. Nature. 475:189-195.
Xu X, Sharma R, Tondelli A, Russell J, Comadran J, Schnaithmann F, Pillen K, Kilian B, Cattivelli L, Thomas WTB et al..  2018.  Genome-wide association analysis of grain yield-associated traits in a Pan-European barley cultivar collection. Plant Genome. 11:ArticleNo.UNSP170073.
Xiong W, Matthews R, Holman I, Lin E, Xu Y.  2007.  Modelling China's potential maize production at regional scale under climate change. Climatic Change. 85(3-4):433-451.
Xin GS, Long RJ, Guo XS, Irvine RJ, Ding LM, Ding LL, Shang ZH.  2011.  Blood mineral status of grazing Tibetan sheep in the Northeast of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Livestock Science. 136:102-107.
Xiao H, Hourihan JM, Brown LJ, McMahon M, Stewart D, Hayes JD.  2011.  Nrf2-mediated induction of antioxidant response element-driven gene expression by flavonoids is dependent on their chemical structure. Toxicology. 290:126-127.
Xiang Q, Qiao M, Zhu D, Giles M, Neilson R, Yang XR, Zhu YG, Chen QL.  2021.  Seasonal change is a major driver of soil resistomes at a watershed scale. Isme Communications. 1:ArticleNo.1.
Xiang Q, Zhu D, Giles M, Neilson R, Yang XR, Qiao M, Chen QL.  2020.  Agricultural activities affect the pattern of the resistome within the phyllosphere microbiome in peri-urban environments. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 382:ArticleNo.121068.

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