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Effective carbon partitioning driven by exotic phloem-specific regulatory elements fused to the Arabidopsis thaliana AtSUC2 sucrose-proton symporter gene

By Avinash C Srivastava, Savita Ganesan, Ihab O Ismail and Brian G Ayre
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: BioMed Central
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