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Sucrose synthetase activity in developing kernels






Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter ( 63): 43-44

Sucrose synthetase activity in developing kernels

Normal, standard sh1 and sh1B grains of maize were harvested 10-22 days after pollination.


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