PMID: 4745681Jun 20, 1973Paper

Beta-glucan synthesis by cell-free extracts from Lolium multiflorum endosperm

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta
M M Smith, B A Stone

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May 1, 1993·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·D M Gibeaut, N C Carpita
Jan 1, 1979·Plant Physiology·C P Cheung, R J Suhadolnik
Oct 1, 1977·Plant Physiology·D J NevinsW H Loescher
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Dec 6, 2012·Molecular Biology Reports·Mehwish YaseenIshfaq Ahmad Hafiz

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