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Regulation of ethylene synthesis in maize root responses to stress


, : Regulation of ethylene synthesis in maize root responses to stress. Pech, J C [Editor], Latche, A [Editor], Balague, C [Editor] Current Plant Science and Biotechnology in Agriculture; Cellular and molecular aspects of the plant hormone ethylene : 232-237


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