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Sequence analysis of the cloned glossy8 gene of maize suggests that it may code for a b-ketoacyl reductase required for the biosynthesis of cuticular waxes


Sequence analysis of the cloned glossy8 gene of maize suggests that it may code for a b-ketoacyl reductase required for the biosynthesis of cuticular waxes



Plant Physiology 115: 1-10



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