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Identification of novel mRNAs in immature seeds of Arabidopsis thaliana


, : Identification of novel mRNAs in immature seeds of Arabidopsis thaliana. Saas Bulletin, Biochemistry and Biotechnology 9: 23-28

Although most of the major discernible morphogenetic events in plants occur after germination, the overall architectural pattern of the mature plant is established during early events of embryogenesis. To date, only a few genes that are expressed specifically during embryogenesis have been identified.

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