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Characterization Of Programmed Cell Death In The Endosperm Cells Of Tomato Seed: Two Distinct Death Programs

Allan Debono, John Stuart Greenwood
Published 2006 · Biology
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Programmed cell death (PCD) is a requisite, genetically controlled process in plants resulting in the death of particular cells and tissues and the recycling of the cellular constituents back to th...
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