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The use of plant protoplasts in cytological and cell physiological researches

, : The use of plant protoplasts in cytological and cell physiological researches. Journal of Fujian Agricultural College 19(3): 366-372

Isolation of plant protoplasts and their use in studies of cell wall regeneration and the cellular physiology of photosynthesis, respiration and membrane-mediated metabolite translocation are reviewed.

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