Significant Increase in Pyrimidinic Alkaloid (Trigonelline) Caused by Ionizing Radiation
The main theme of this colloquy is the importance of cellular compartmentalization allowed by vacuoles and the biotechnological applications which stem from this. The session during which this work was presented covered, in particular, large-scale production of compounds by plant cells.
KeywordsNicotinic Acid Root Meristem Plant Cell Cycle Avena Coleoptile Abscissic Acid
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