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Nicotiana attenuata Sipk, Wipk, Npr1, and Fatty Acid-Amino Acid Conjugates Participate in the Induction of Jasmonic Acid Biosynthesis by Affecting Early Enzymatic Steps in the Pathway



Nicotiana attenuata Sipk, Wipk, Npr1, and Fatty Acid-Amino Acid Conjugates Participate in the Induction of Jasmonic Acid Biosynthesis by Affecting Early Enzymatic Steps in the Pathway



Plant Physiology 152(1): 96-106




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