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The control of light-coupled leaf metabolism by reversible protein phosphorylation






Shewry, P R, Halford, N G, Hooley, R Proceedings of the Phytochemical Society of Europe; Protein phosphorylation in plants: 75-85

The control of light-coupled leaf metabolism by reversible protein phosphorylation



Accession: 002980912



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