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Over-expression of AtPAP2 in Camelina sativa leads to faster plant growth and higher seed yield

By Youjun Zhang, Laura Yu, Ka-Fu Yung, Dennis YC Leung, Feng Sun and Boon L Lim
Topics: Research
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