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Quantitative Multilevel Analysis of Central Metabolism in Developing Oilseeds of Oilseed Rape during in Vitro Culture

Quantitative Multilevel Analysis of Central Metabolism in Developing Oilseeds of Oilseed Rape during in Vitro Culture

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SCHWENDER, Jörg, Inga HEBBELMANN, Nicolas HEINZEL, Tatjana HILDEBRANDT, Alistair ROGERS, Dhiraj NAIK, Matthias KLAPPERSTÜCK, Hans-Peter BRAUN, Falk SCHREIBER, Hardy ROLLETSCHEK, 2015. Quantitative Multilevel Analysis of Central Metabolism in Developing Oilseeds of Oilseed Rape during in Vitro Culture. In: Plant Physiology. 168(3), pp. 828-848. ISSN 0032-0889. eISSN 1532-2548. Available under: doi: 10.1104/pp.15.00385

@article{Schwender2015-07Quant-38219, title={Quantitative Multilevel Analysis of Central Metabolism in Developing Oilseeds of Oilseed Rape during in Vitro Culture}, year={2015}, doi={10.1104/pp.15.00385}, number={3}, volume={168}, issn={0032-0889}, journal={Plant Physiology}, pages={828--848}, author={Schwender, Jörg and Hebbelmann, Inga and Heinzel, Nicolas and Hildebrandt, Tatjana and Rogers, Alistair and Naik, Dhiraj and Klapperstück, Matthias and Braun, Hans-Peter and Schreiber, Falk and Rolletschek, Hardy} }

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