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    1. Ono, K; Nishi, Y; Watanabe, A; Terashima, I
      Possible mechanisms of adaptive leaf senescence

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    2. Su, WR; Chen, WS; Koshioka, M; Mander, LN; Hung, LS; Chen, WH; Fu, YM; Huang, KL
      Changes in gibberellin levels in the flowering shoot of Phalaenopsis hybrida under high temperature conditions when flower development is blocked

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    3. Gallagher, JA; Koroleva, OA; Tomos, DA; Farrar, JF; Pollock, CJ
      Single cell analysis technique for comparison of specific mRNA abundance in plant cells

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    4. King, RW; Ben-Tal, Y
      A florigenic effect of sucrose in Fuchsia hybrida is blocked by gibberellin-induced assimilate competition

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Sims, IM; Cairns, AJ; Furneaux, RH
      Structure of fructans from excised leaves of New Zealand flax

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    6. Chang, ST; Chen, WS; Koshioka, M; Mander, LN; Huang, KL; Du, BS
      Gibberellins in relation to flowering in Polianthes tuberosa

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    7. Bravo, LA; Ulloa, N; Zuniga, GE; Casanova, A; Corcuera, LJ; Alberdi, M
      Cold resistance in Antarctic angiosperms

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    8. Legnani, G; Miller, WB
      Short photoperiods induce fructan accumulation and tuberous root development in Dahlia seedlings

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    9. Ougham, HJ; Thomas, AM; Thomas, BJ; Frick, GA; Armstrong, GA
      Both light-dependent protochlorophyllide oxidoreductase A and protochlorophyllide oxidoreductase B are down-regulated in the slender mutant of barley

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    10. Yamada, T
      Introduction of a self-compatible gene of Lolium temulentum L. to perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) for the purpose of the production of inbred lines of perennial ryegrass

      EUPHYTICA
    11. Rademacher, W
      Growth retardants: Effects on gibberellin biosynthesis and other metabolicpathways

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    12. Akopian, TA; Vasil'ev, SA; Ermishev, VY; Zabrodina, MV; Karyagina, AS; Naroditsky, BS; Khavkin, EE
      Conserved fragments of the MADS-box genes in perennial and annual rye

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Chaffey, N; Barlow, P; Barnett, J
      Structure-function relationships during secondary phloem development in anangiosperm tree, Aesculus hippocastanum: microtubules and cell walls

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Ben-Tal, Y
      Are gibberellins capable of replacing the environmental flowering signal?

      ISRAEL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    15. King, RW; Seto, H; Sachs, RM
      Response to gibberellin structural variants shows that ability to inhibit flowering correlates with effectiveness for promoting stem elongation of some plant species

      JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    16. Lewis, CE; Noctor, G; Causton, D; Foyer, CH
      Regulation of assimilate partitioning in leaves

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Karimzadeh, G; Francis, D; Davies, MS
      Low temperature-induced accumulation of protein is sustained both in root meristems and in callus in winter wheat but not in spring wheat

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    18. Farrar, J; Pollock, C; Gallagher, J
      Sucrose and the integration of metabolism in vascular plants

      PLANT SCIENCE
    19. Kuk, YI; Burgos, NR; Talbert, RE
      Cross- and multiple resistance of diclofop-resistant Lolium spp.

      WEED SCIENCE
    20. Blake, PS; Browning, G; Benjamin, LJ; Mander, LN
      Gibberellins in seedlings and flowering trees of Prunus avium L.

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    21. Hisamatsu, T; Koshioka, M; Kubota, S; Fujime, Y; King, RW; Mander, LN
      The role of gibberellin biosynthesis in the control of growth and flowering in Matthiola incana

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    22. Chaffey, N
      Physiological anatomy and function of the membranous grass ligule

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    23. Thomas, H; Howarth, CJ
      Five ways to stay green

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    24. Musselman, LJ
      Zawan and tares in the Bible

      ECONOMIC BOTANY
    25. Dwivedi, P
      Regulation of root respiration and sugar-mediated gene expression in plants

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    26. Belanger, G; Gastal, F
      Nitrogen utilization by forage grasses

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    27. Mitrovic, A; Zivanovic, B; Culafic, L
      The effects of photoperiod, glucose and gibberellic acid on growth in vitro and flowering of Chenopodium murale

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    28. Itaya, NM; Figueiredo-Ribeiro, RCL; Buckeridge, MS
      Synthesis of fructans by fructosyltransferase from the tuberous roots of Viguiera discolor (Asteraceae)

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    29. Blazquez, MA; Weigel, D
      Independent regulation of flowering by phytochrome B and gibberellins in Arabidopsis

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    30. Cairns, AJ; Nash, R; De Carvalho, MAM; Sims, IM
      Characterization of the enzymatic polymerization of 2,6-linked fructan by leaf extracts from timothy grass (Phleum pratense)

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    31. Kingston-Smith, AH; Walker, RP; Pollock, CJ
      Invertase in leaves: conundrum or control point?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    32. Zhu, WY; Kingston-Smith, AH; Troncoso, D; Merry, RJ; Davies, DR; Pichard, G; Thomas, H; Theodorou, MK
      Evidence of a role for plant proteases in the degradation of herbage proteins in the rumen of grazing cattle

      JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE
    33. LEVY YY; DEAN C
      CONTROL OF FLOWERING TIME

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    34. Tabourel-Tayot, F; Gastal, F
      MecaNiCAL, a supply-demand model of carbon and nitrogen partitioning applied to defoliated grass 2. Parameter estimation and model evaluation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    35. Lee, LJ; Foster, KR; Morgan, PW
      Effect of gibberellin biosynthesis inhibitors on native gibberellin content, growth and floral initiation in Sorghum bicolor

      JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION
    36. BOOY G; WOUTERS TCAE; KLEYNNOORDIJK Y
      IDENTIFICATION OF LILY CULTIVARS USING ISOELECTRIC-FOCUSING OF PROTEINS FROM BULB SCALES AND TISSUE-CULTURE BULBLETS

      Plant breeding
    37. Koroleva, OA; Farrar, JF; Tomos, AD; Pollock, CJ
      Carbohydrates in individual cells of epidermis, mesophyll, and bundle sheath in barley leaves with changed export or photosynthetic rate

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    38. Mander, LN; Sherburn, M; Camp, D; King, RW; Evans, LT; Pharis, RP
      Effects of D-ring modified gibberellins on flowering and growth in Lolium temulentum

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    39. Mander, LN; Adamson, G; Bhaskar, VK; Twitchin, B; Camp, D; King, RW; Evans, LT
      Effects of 17-alkyl-16,17-dihydrogibberellin A(5) derivatives on growth and flowering in Lolium temulentum

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    40. HEIDE OM; BLUNDELL C; KING RW; EVANS LT
      GIBBERELLIN SUBSTITUTION FOR LONG-DAY SECONDARY INDUCTION OF FLOWERING IN POA PRATENSIS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    41. MARSCHALL M; PROCTOR MCF; SMIRNOFF N
      CARBOHYDRATE-COMPOSITION AND INVERTASE ACTIVITY OF THE LEAFY LIVERWORT PORELLA-PLATYPHYLLA

      New phytologist
    42. GALLAGHER JA; POLLOCK CJ
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A CDNA CLONE FROM LOLIUM-TEMULENTUML. ENCODING FOR A SUCROSE HYDROLYTIC ENZYME WHICH SHOWS ALKALINE NEUTRAL INVERTASE ACTIVITY/

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    43. YOSHIMURA T; KURAMOCHI H; KONNAI M; SETO H; SASSA T; YONEYAMA K
      EFFECTS OF PLANT-GROWTH REGULATORS ON SHOOT GROWTH AND FLOWERING OF APERENNIAL PADDY WEED, SAGITTARIA-PYGMAEA MIQ

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    44. FOSTER KR; LEE IJ; PHARIS RP; MORGAN PW
      EFFECTS OF RING D-MODIFIED GIBBERELLINS ON GIBBERELLIN LEVELS AND DEVELOPMENT IN SELECTED SORGHUM-BICOLOR MATURITY GENOTYPES

      Journal of plant growth regulation
    45. HARRISON J; GALLAGHER JA; POLLOCK CJ
      A SIMPLE AND RAPID METHOD FOR THE ANALYSIS OF WATER-SOLUBLE CARBOHYDRATES FROM SMALL SEGMENTS OF CEREAL LEAF TISSUE

      Journal of plant physiology
    46. HAUCK B; GAY AP; MACDUFF J; GRIFFITHS CM; THOMAS H
      LEAF SENESCENCE IN A NONYELLOWING MUTANT OF FESTUCA-PRATENSIS - IMPLICATIONS OF THE STAY-GREEN MUTATION FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS, GROWTH AND NITROGEN NUTRITION

      Plant, cell and environment
    47. OLSEN JE; JUNTTILA O
      GROWTH-PROMOTING ACTIVITY OF GIBBERELLINS ON SHOOT ELONGATION IN SALIX PENTANDRA IS REDUCED BY 16,17-DIHYDRO DERIVATIZATION

      Physiologia Plantarum
    48. THOMAS H
      TANSLEY-REVIEW-NO-92 - CHLOROPHYLL - A SYMPTOM AND A REGULATOR OF PLASTID DEVELOPMENT

      New phytologist
    49. CHATTERTON NJ; HARRISON PA
      FRUCTAN OLIGOMERS IN POA AMPLA

      New phytologist
    50. ITAYA NM; BUCKERIDGE MS; FIGUEIREDORIBEIRO RCL
      BIOSYNTHESIS IN-VITRO OF HIGH-MOLECULAR-MASS FRUCTAN BY CELL-FREE-EXTRACTS FROM TUBEROUS ROOTS OF VIGUIERA DISCOLOR (ASTERACEAE)

      New phytologist
    51. KOROLEVA OA; FARRAR JF; TOMOS AD; POLLOCK CJ
      PATTERNS OF SOLUTE IN INDIVIDUAL MESOPHYLL, BUNDLE-SHEATH AND EPIDERMAL-CELLS OF BARLEY LEAVES INDUCED TO ACCUMULATE CARBOHYDRATE

      New phytologist
    52. WALKER RP; WINTERS AL; POLLOCK CJ
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF INVERTASES FROM LEAVES OF LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM

      New phytologist
    53. MOSES L; OUGHAM HJ; FRANCIS D
      THE EFFECT OF THE SLOW-TO-GREEN MUTATION ON CELL-DIVISION DURING LEAFINITIATION AND EARLY LEAF GROWTH IN LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM

      New phytologist
    54. PERILLEUX C; BERNIER G
      LEAF CARBOHYDRATE STATUS IN LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM DURING THE INDUCTION OFFLOWERING

      New phytologist
    55. TONKINSON CL; LYNDON RF; ARNOLD GM; LENTON JR
      THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND THE RHT3 DWARFING GENE ON GROWTH, CELLEXTENSION, AND GIBBERELLIN CONTENT AND RESPONSIVENESS IN THE WHEAT LEAF

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    56. PERILLEUX C; BERNIER G; KINET JM
      DARKNESS PROMOTES FLOWERING IN THE ABSOLUTE LONG-DAY REQUIRING PLANT,LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM L CERES

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    57. MCDANIEL CN; HARTNETT LK
      FLOWERING AS METAMORPHOSIS - 2 SEQUENTIAL SIGNALS REGULATE FLORAL INITIATION IN LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM

      Development
    58. CHAFFEY NJ
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE ROOT CAP OF LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM L (POACEAE) - PARALLELS WITH THE LIGULE

      Annals of botany
    59. SCHUNMANN PHD; OUGHAM HJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF 3 CDNA CLONES EXPRESSED IN THE LEAF EXTENSION ZONE AND WITH ALTERED PATTERNS OF EXPRESSION IN THE SLENDER MUTANT OF BARLEY - A TONOPLAST INTRINSIC PROTEIN, A PUTATIVE STRUCTURAL PROTEIN AND PROTOCHLOROPHYLLIDE OXIDOREDUCTASE

      Plant molecular biology
    60. BAIER M; BILGER W; WOLF R; DIETZ KJ
      PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN THE BASAL GROWING ZONE OF BARLEY LEAVES

      Photosynthesis research
    61. NAKAYAMA M; YOKOTA T; SOHMA R; MANDER LN; TWITCHIN B; KOMATSU H; MATSUI H; BUKOVAC MJ
      GIBBERELLINS IN IMMATURE SEED OF PRUNUS-CERASUS - STRUCTURE DETERMINATION AND SYNTHESIS OF GIBBERELLIN, GA(95) (1,2-DIDEHYDRO-GA(20))

      Phytochemistry
    62. MORRIS K; THOMAS H; ROGERS LJ
      ENDOPEPTIDASES DURING THE DEVELOPMENT AND SENESCENCE OF LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM LEAVES

      Phytochemistry
    63. KINGSTONSMITH AH; POLLOCK CJ
      TISSUE-LEVEL LOCALIZATION OF ACID INVERTASE IN LEAVES - AN HYPOTHESISFOR THE REGULATION OF CARBON EXPORT

      New phytologist
    64. OUGHAM HJ; LATIPOVA G; VALENTINE J
      MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF SPIKELET DEVELOPMENT IN NAKED OATS (AVENA-SATIVA)

      New phytologist
    65. THOMAS H; DEVILLIERS L
      GENE-EXPRESSION IN LEAVES OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA INDUCED TO SENESCE BY NUTRIENT DEPRIVATION

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    66. FERRIS R; NIJS I; BEHAEGHE T; IMPENS I
      CONTRASTING CO2 AND TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON LEAF GROWTH OF PERENNIAL RYEGRASS IN SPRING AND SUMMER

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    67. CHAFFEY NJ
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN THE GRASS LIGULE - THE ENDOMEMBRANE SYSTEM OF THE ADAXIAL EPIDERMIS OF THE MEMBRANOUS LIGULE OF LOLIUM-TEMULENTUML (POACEAE)

      Annals of botany
    68. BETTANY AJE
      STRESS RESPONSES IN CELL-CULTURES OF LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM .1. TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL CHANGES IN GENE-EXPRESSION DURING HEAT-SHOCK AND RECOVERY

      Journal of plant physiology
    69. BETTANY AJE
      STRESS RESPONSES IN CELL-CULTURES OF LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM .2. INDUCTION OF THERMOTOLERANCE AND ASSOCIATED CHANGES IN GENE-EXPRESSION

      Journal of plant physiology
    70. CAIRNS AJ
      EFFECTS OF ENZYME CONCENTRATION ON OLIGOFRUCTAN SYNTHESIS FROM SUCROSE

      Phytochemistry
    71. CAIRNS AJ; HOWARTH CJ; POLLOCK CJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ACID INVERTASE FROM THE SNOW MOLD MONOGRAPHELLA-NIVALIS - A MESOPHILIC ENZYME FROM A PSYCHROPHILIC FUNGUS

      New phytologist
    72. THOMAS H; STODDART JL
      TEMPERATURE SENSITIVITIES OF FESTUCA-ARUNDINACEA SCHREB AND DACTYLIS-GLOMERATA L ECOTYPES

      New phytologist
    73. CAIRNS AJ; HOWARTH CJ; POLLOCK CJ
      SUBMERGED BATCH CULTURE OF THE PSYCHROPHILE MONOGRAPHELLA-NIVALIS IN A DEFINED MEDIUM - GROWTH, CARBOHYDRATE UTILIZATION AND RESPONSES TO TEMPERATURE

      New phytologist
    74. MERRY RJ; WINTERS AL; THOMAS PI; MULLER M; MULLER T
      DEGRADATION OF FRUCTANS BY EPIPHYTIC AND INOCULATED LACTIC-ACID BACTERIA AND BY PLANT ENZYMES DURING ENSILAGE OF NORMAL AND STERILE HYBRID RYEGRASS

      Journal of Applied Bacteriology
    75. SKINNER RH; NELSON CJ
      EPIDERMAL-CELL DIVISION AND THE COORDINATION OF LEAF AND TILLER DEVELOPMENT

      Annals of botany
    76. PERILLEUX C; BERNIER G; KINET JM
      CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS AND THE INDUCTION OF FLOWERING IN THE LONG-DAY GRASS LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM L

      Plant, cell and environment
    77. SMART DR; CHATTERTON NJ; BUGBEE B
      THE INFLUENCE OF ELEVATED CO2 ON NONSTRUCTURAL CARBOHYDRATE DISTRIBUTION AND FRUCTAN ACCUMULATION IN WHEAT CANOPIES

      Plant, cell and environment
    78. GASTAL F; NELSON CJ
      NITROGEN USE WITHIN THE GROWING LEAF BLADE OF TALL FESCUE

      Plant physiology
    79. POLLOCK CJ; CAIRNS AJ; WINTERS AL; HOUSLEY TL
      SUCROSE AND THE SYNTHESIS OF FRUCTANS IN LEAVES

      Pesticide science
    80. POLLOCK CJ; LLOYD EJ
      THE METABOLISM OF FRUCTANS DURING SEED DEVELOPMENT AND GERMINATION INONION (ALLIUM-CEPA L)

      New phytologist
    81. PENSON SP; CAIRNS AJ
      FRUCTAN BIOSYNTHESIS IN EXCISED LEAVES OF WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L)- A COMPARISON OF DE-NOVO SYNTHESIS IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      New phytologist
    82. HEIDE OM
      CONTROL OF FLOWERING AND REPRODUCTION IN TEMPERATE GRASSES

      New phytologist
    83. HEIDE OM
      CONTROL OF FLOWERING AND REPRODUCTION IN TEMPERATE GRASSES

      New phytologist
    84. LIVINGSTON DP; KNIEVEL DP; GILDOW FE
      FRUCTAN SYNTHESIS IN OAT .1. OLIGOMER ACCUMULATION IN STEMS DURING COLD HARDENING AND THEIR IN-VITRO SYNTHESIS IN A CRUDE ENZYME EXTRACT

      New phytologist
    85. BACHMANN A; FERNANDEZLOPEZ J; GINSBURG S; THOMAS H; BOUWKAMP JC; SOLOMOS T; MATILE P
      STAY-GREEN GENOTYPES OF PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS L - CHLOROPLAST PROTEINS AND CHLOROPHYLL CATABOLITES DURING FOLIAR SENESCENCE

      New phytologist
    86. SCHUNMANN PHD; HARRISON J; OUGHAM HJ
      SLENDER BARLEY, AN EXTENSION GROWTH MUTANT

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    87. BERNIER G; HAVELANGE A; HOUSSA C; PETITJEAN A; LEJEUNE P
      PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNALS THAT INDUCE FLOWERING

      The Plant cell
    88. EVANS LT
      THE PHYSIOLOGY OF FLOWER INDUCTION - PARADIGMS LOST AND PARADIGMS REGAINED

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    89. CHATTERTON NJ; HARRISON PA; THORNLEY WR; BENNETT JH
      STRUCTURES OF FRUCTAN OLIGOMERS IN ORCHARDGRASS (DACTYLIS-GLOMERATA L)

      Journal of plant physiology
    90. THOMAS H; FELLER U
      LEAF DEVELOPMENT IN LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM - DIFFERENTIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY OF TRANSAMINASE ISOENZYMES TO PROTEOLYSIS

      Journal of plant physiology
    91. OLIVEIRA CM; BROWNING G
      GIBBERELLIN STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY EFFECTS ON FLOWER INITIATION IN MATURETREES AND ON SHOOT GROWTH IN MATURE AND JUVENILE PRUNUS-AVIUM

      Plant growth regulation
    92. MAE T; THOMAS H; GAY AP; MAKINO A; HIDEMA J
      LEAF DEVELOPMENT IN LOLIUM-TEMULENTUM - PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND PHOTOSYNTHETIC PROTEINS IN LEAVES SENESCING UNDER DIFFERENT IRRADIANCES

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    93. MARTIN M; JAMESON PE; MARK AF; YEUNG EC; PHARIS RP
      EARLY PANICLE DEVELOPMENT IN CHIONOCHLOA-MACRA PLANTS INDUCED TO FLOWER BY 2,2 DIMETHYL GIBBERELLIN A(4) OR LONG DAYS

      New Zealand Journal of Botany
    94. BANCAL P; GAUDILLERE JP
      PATTERN OF FRUCTAN SYNTHESIZED IN CELL-FREE-EXTRACTS FROM LEAF BLADESOF CHILLED TRITICUM-AESTIVUM

      New phytologist
    95. CAIRNS AJ; ASHTON JE
      SPECIES-DEPENDENT PATTERNS OF FRUCTAN SYNTHESIS BY ENZYMES FROM EXCISED LEAVES OF OAT, WHEAT, BARLEY AND TIMOTHY

      New phytologist
    96. WILLIAMS JHH; COLLIS BE; POLLOCK CJ; WILLIAMS ML; FARRAR JF
      VARIABILITY IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF PHOTOASSIMILATES ALONG LEAVES OF TEMPERATE GRAMINEAE

      New phytologist
    97. TERTULIANO MF; FIGUEIREDORIBEIRO RCL
      DISTRIBUTION OF FRUCTOSE POLYMERS IN HERBACEOUS SPECIES OF ASTERACEAEFROM THE CERRADO

      New phytologist
    98. SIMPSON RJ; BONNETT GD
      FRUCTAN EXOHYDROLASE FROM GRASSES

      New phytologist
    99. WALKER RP; POLLOCK CJ
      THE PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SOLUBLE ACID INVERTASE FROM COLEOPTILES OF WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L CV AVALON)

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    100. BANCAL P; CARPITA NC; GAUDILLERE JP
      DIFFERENCES IN FRUCTAN ACCUMULATED IN INDUCED AND FIELD-GROWN WHEAT PLANTS - AN ELONGATION-TRIMMING PATHWAY FOR THEIR SYNTHESIS

      New phytologist


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