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Effect of light on the incorporation of radio carbon from exogenous carbon 14 tagged glucose into carbon 14 tagged fructose and carbon 14 tagged maltose of starch from the green leaves of plants

Effect of light on the incorporation of radio carbon from exogenous carbon 14 tagged glucose into carbon 14 tagged fructose and carbon 14 tagged maltose of starch from the green leaves of plants

Biologicheskie Nauki 14(4): 78-82

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