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4-Methyleneglutamine in peanut plants: identification of 4-methyleneglutamine synthetase activity in extracts of germinating peanut cotyledons



4-Methyleneglutamine in peanut plants: identification of 4-methyleneglutamine synthetase activity in extracts of germinating peanut cotyledons



Current topics in plant biochemistry and physiology 1983, Volume I: 252



4-Methyleneglutamine synthetase was detected and partially purified from germinating groundnuts Valencia and Jumbo Virginia.

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