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Muiruri KSamwel, Britt A, Amugune NOnzere, Nguu E, Chan S, Tripathi L.  2017.  Dominant allele phylogeny and constitutive sub-genome haplotype inference in bananas using mitochondrial and nuclear markers. Genome Biology and Evolution.
Mindzie CMbida, Doutrelepont H, Vrydaghs L, Swennen RL, Swennen RJ, Beeckman H, De Langhe E, de Maret P.  2001.  First archaeological evidence of banana cultivation in central Africa during the third millennium before present. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. 10:1–6.
Miao H, Wang Y, Liu J, Jia C, Hu W, Sun P, Jin Z, Xu B.  2014.  Molecular cloning and expression analysis of the MaASR1 gene in banana and functional characterization under salt stress. Electronic Journal of Biotechnology. 17:287–295.
Martin G, Cardi C, Sarah G, Ricci S, Jenny C, Fondi E, Perrier X, Glaszmann J-C, d'Hont A, Yahiaoui N.  2020.  Genome ancestry mosaics reveal multiple and cryptic contributors to cultivated banana. The Plant Journal. 102:1008–1025.
Martin G, Baurens F-C, Droc G, Rouard M, Cenci A, Kilian A, Hastie A, Doležel J, Aury J-M, Alberti A et al..  2016.  Improvement of the banana "Musa acuminata" reference sequence using NGS data and semi-automated bioinformatics methods.. BMC Genomics. 17:243.
Maldonado-Borges JInes, Ku-Cauich JRoberto, Escobedo-Graciamedrano RMaria.  2013.  Annotation of differentially expressed genes in the somatic embryogenesis of musa and their location in the banana genome.. ScientificWorldJournal. 2013:535737.
Mahendhiran M, Ramirez-Prado JHumberto, Medrano RMaria Esco, Canto-Canché B, Tzec-Simá M, Grijalva-Arango R, James-Kay A.  2014.  Single nucleotide polymorphisms in partial sequences of the gene encoding the large sub-units of ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase within a representative collection of 10 Musa genotypes. Electronic Journal of Biotechnology. 17:137–147.
Mabonga L, Pillay M.  2017.  SCAR Marker for the A Genome of Bananas (Musa spp. L.) Supports Lack of Differentiation between the A and B Genomes. Journal of Agricultural Science. 9:64.