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The role of potassium ion and hydrogen ion fluxes across the chloroplast envelope for photosynthetic carbon di oxide fixation



The role of potassium ion and hydrogen ion fluxes across the chloroplast envelope for photosynthetic carbon di oxide fixation



Akoyunoglou, G (Ed ) Proceedings Of The International Congress on Photosynthesis, No 5 Photosynthesis, Vol 4 Regulation Of Carbon Metabolism; Halkidiki, Greece, Sept 7-13, 1980 Xii+821p Balaban International Science Services: Philadelphia, Pa , Usa Illus P599-608




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