Electron Microscope Observations and BA Effects in Apple Cells
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 186)
It has been reported that the administration of cytokinins to plants affects nuclear transcription. Other observations suggest that cytokinins also have some effects at the translation level.
KeywordsCorylus Avellana Reserve Material Early Stationary Growth Phase Apple Cell Nucleolar Vacuole
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