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Specificity studies on two endonuclease fractions from potato tubers.
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|Series||Arkiv för kemi,, bd. 27, nr. 42|
|LC Classifications||QD1 .S923 bd. 27, nr. 42|
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|Number of Pages||554|
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Properties of plant nuclease 1 purified from Tradescantia leaves by binding to Concanavalin A‐Sepharose Specificity studies on two endonuclease fractions from potato tubers.
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Sustainable Potato Production: Global Case Studies Editors Zhongqi He USDA-ARS Southern Regional Research Center Robert E. Lee Blvd New Orleans, LA, USA Robert P. Larkin USDA-ARS New England Plant, Soil, and Water Laboratory Orono, ME, USA. Similar observations were made by analyzing amyloplasts of potato tubers (Brosch et al.
; Valkov et al. The rather small reduction in plastid DNA content of approximately two-to. Site-directed mutagenesis studies have shown that H83 of the E.
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