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Cell wall properties of transgenic tobacco plants that express a yeast derived acid invertase in their vacuole



Cell wall properties of transgenic tobacco plants that express a yeast derived acid invertase in their vacuole



Visser, J, Voragen, A G J Progress in Biotechnology; Pectins and pectinases: 667-671




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