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Tri-iodobenzoic acid promotes embryonal suspensor mass initiation from hypocotyl segments of Norway spruce embryos



Tri-iodobenzoic acid promotes embryonal suspensor mass initiation from hypocotyl segments of Norway spruce embryos



In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology Animal 38(Abstract): 140 A, Spring




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