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Physiological and biochemical fundamentals of seed viability. III. Effect of seed storage conditions on the activity and isoenzyme spectrum of peroxidase isolated from maize seed endosperm



Physiological and biochemical fundamentals of seed viability. III. Effect of seed storage conditions on the activity and isoenzyme spectrum of peroxidase isolated from maize seed endosperm



Fiziologiia na rasteniiata0(3): 19-27




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