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Delay of tomato fruit ripening by an oligosaccharide N-glycan. Interactions with IAA, galactose and lectins


Physiologia Plantarum 90(1): 152-156
Delay of tomato fruit ripening by an oligosaccharide N-glycan. Interactions with IAA, galactose and lectins
The potential interaction between Man5GlcNAc and several compounds were studied by using a system that allowed pericarp discs from tomato Rutgers to be kept for up to 14 days after excision.

Accession: 002590174

DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1994.tb02205.x

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