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Interplay between Proline Metabolism and ROS in the Fine Tuning of Root-Meristem Size in Arabidopsis

Interplay between Proline Metabolism and ROS in the Fine Tuning of Root-Meristem Size in Arabidopsis

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BAUDUIN, Sara, Martina LATINI, Irene BELLEGGIA, Marta MIGLIORE, Marco BIANCUCCI, Roberto MATTIOLI, Antonio FRANCIOSO, Luciana MOSCA, Dietmar FUNCK, Maurizio TROVATO, 2022. Interplay between Proline Metabolism and ROS in the Fine Tuning of Root-Meristem Size in Arabidopsis. In: Plants. MDPI AG. 11(11), 1512. eISSN 2223-7747. Available under: doi: 10.3390/plants11111512

@article{Bauduin2022Inter-57891, title={Interplay between Proline Metabolism and ROS in the Fine Tuning of Root-Meristem Size in Arabidopsis}, year={2022}, doi={10.3390/plants11111512}, number={11}, volume={11}, journal={Plants}, author={Bauduin, Sara and Latini, Martina and Belleggia, Irene and Migliore, Marta and Biancucci, Marco and Mattioli, Roberto and Francioso, Antonio and Mosca, Luciana and Funck, Dietmar and Trovato, Maurizio}, note={Article Number: 1512} }

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