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A molecular approach to primary metabolism in higher plants

, : A molecular approach to primary metabolism in higher plants. A molecular approach to primary metabolism in higher plants: xx + 347 pp.

This book discusses and explains advances in understanding of carbon and nitrogen interaction in plant metabolism given by application of molecular genetic techniques.

Accession: 002738751

DOI: 10.1023/a:1007072927781

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