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Kinetics of the level of lipids in a cotton plant of variety 6524 S during maturation






Chemistry of Natural Compounds 1994; 29(3): 300-302

Kinetics of the level of lipids in a cotton plant of variety 6524 S during maturation

The composition and quantity of lipids in the seeds and leaves of cotton 6524 S during growth was investigated.

Accession: 002646327

DOI: 10.1007/bf00630526

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