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Homoserine dehydrogenase in two field grown cvrs. of Triticum

Homoserine dehydrogenase in two field grown cvrs. of Triticum

Agrochimica 23(5/6): 357-366

Homoserine dehydrogenase (HSDH) was studied in field-grown (a) soft wheat Marzetto and (b) hard wheat Patrizio 6. Two isoenzymes were present, one of which was insensitive to and the other completely inhibited by 1 mM threonine.

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