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Secondary Metabolism in Cell Cultures of Higher Plants and Problems of Differentiation

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Part of the Molecular Biology, Biochemistry and Biophysics book series (MOLECULAR, volume 23)

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Progress in understanding differentiation in higher organisms depends on two conditions: (1) the knowledge that differentiation is a process at the cellular level, and (2) studies of metabolism carried out in suitable systems.

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Cell Suspension Culture Secondary Metabolism Intact Plant Plant Cell Culture Anthocyanin Accumulation 
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