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Nzawele DB, Rweyemamu CL, Maerere AP.  2013.  Genetic diversity among INERA-Mulungu (DR Congo) Musa spp. germplasm and their relatedness to those in Tanzania using numerical taxonomy. Plant Genetic Resources. 11:50–61.
Nsabimana A, Van Staden J.  2006.  Ploidy investigation of bananas (Musa spp.) from the National Banana Germplasm Collection at Rubona–Rwanda by flow cytometry. South African Journal of Botany. 72:302–305.
Novák P, Hřibová E, Neumann P, Koblížková A, Doležel J, Macas J.  2014.  Genome-wide analysis of repeat diversity across the family Musaceae.. PLoS One. 9(6):e98918.
Noumbissié GB, Chabannes M, Bakry F, Ricci S, Cardi C, Njembele J-C, Yohoume D, Tomekpe K, Iskra-Caruana M-L, d’Hont A et al..  2016.  Chromosome segregation in an allotetraploid banana hybrid (AAAB) suggests a translocation between the A and B genomes and results in eBSV-free offsprings. Molecular breeding. 36:38.
Ning S-P, Xu L-B, Lu Y, Huang B-Z, Ge X-J.  2007.  Genome composition and genetic diversity of Musa germplasm from China revealed by PCR-RFLP and SSR markers. Scientia Horticulturae. 114:281–288.
Nguyet DThi Minh, Elsen A, Tuyet NThi, De Waele D.  2002.  Host plant response of Pisang Jari Buaya and Mysore bananas to Radopholus similis. InfoMusa. 11:19–21.
Nguyen D.K..  1995.  Collection of diversity area of banana in northern Vietnam. :6.
Němečková A, Christelová P, Číżková J, Nyine M, .  2018.  Molecular and cytogenetic study of east African highland banana. Frontiers in plant science. 9
Němečková A, Christelová P, Čížková J, Nyine M, Van den houwe I, Svačina R, Uwimana B, Swennen R, Doležel J, Hřibová E.  2018.  Molecular and Cytogenetic Study of East African Highland Banana. Frontiers in Plant Science. 9:1371.
Nakato GV, Christelová P, Were E, Nyine M, Coutinho TA, Doleżel J, Uwimana B, Swennen R, Mahuku G.  2019.  Sources of resistance in Musa to Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum, the causal agent of banana xanthomonas wilt. Plant Pathology. 68:49–59.

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