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Asymmetric distribution in the biosynthesis of cotton cellulose-[U-14C]Author(s): R. Riffer; A. Broido
Source: Journal of Experimental Botany. 25(1): 216-218
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionAutoradiographs of mature cotton bolls which earlier had radioglucose introduced via a thin incision into their peduncles show a marked asymmetry in distribution of the label. Radio-assay shows the specific activity of the cotton fibres on the treated side to be as much as 30-fold that on the opposite side.
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CitationRiffer, R.; Broido, A. 1974. Asymmetric distribution in the biosynthesis of cotton cellulose-[U-14C] . Journal of Experimental Botany. 25(1): 216-218.
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