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Genetic manipulation of polyamine metabolism in poplarAuthor(s): S.C. Minocha; P. Bhatnagar; R. Minocha
Source: In: Espinel, S.; Barredo, Y.; Ritter, E., eds. Sustainable forestry, wood products, and biotechnology. Victoria-Gasteiz, Spain: DFA-AFA Press: 179-194.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionUsing a variety of gene transfer techniques, it is now possible to introduce foreign genes into plant cells, which can be used for analysis of expression of the foreign genes.
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CitationMinocha, S.C.; Bhatnagar, P.; Minocha, R. 2003. Genetic manipulation of polyamine metabolism in poplar. In: Espinel, S.; Barredo, Y.; Ritter, E., eds. Sustainable forestry, wood products, and biotechnology. Victoria-Gasteiz, Spain: DFA-AFA Press: 179-194.
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