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Cytokinins in pisum transfer ribonucleic Acid



Cytokinins in pisum transfer ribonucleic Acid



Plant Physiology 49(5): 848-851



Five cytokinin-active ribonucleosides were isolated from the transfer RNA of 7-day-old Alaska pea shoots.

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PMID: 16658059

DOI: 10.1104/pp.49.5.848


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