Cadmium leads to stimulated expression of the lipid transfer protein genes in barley: Implications for the involvement of lipid transfer proteins in wax assembly

Hollenbach B, Schreiber L, Hartung W, Dietz K-J (1997)
Planta 203(1): 9-19.

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Hollenbach B, Schreiber L, Hartung W, Dietz K-J. Cadmium leads to stimulated expression of the lipid transfer protein genes in barley: Implications for the involvement of lipid transfer proteins in wax assembly. Planta. 1997;203(1):9-19.
Hollenbach, B., Schreiber, L., Hartung, W., & Dietz, K. - J. (1997). Cadmium leads to stimulated expression of the lipid transfer protein genes in barley: Implications for the involvement of lipid transfer proteins in wax assembly. Planta, 203(1), 9-19. doi:10.1007/s004250050159
Hollenbach, B., Schreiber, L., Hartung, W., and Dietz, K. - J. (1997). Cadmium leads to stimulated expression of the lipid transfer protein genes in barley: Implications for the involvement of lipid transfer proteins in wax assembly. Planta 203, 9-19.
Hollenbach, B., et al., 1997. Cadmium leads to stimulated expression of the lipid transfer protein genes in barley: Implications for the involvement of lipid transfer proteins in wax assembly. Planta, 203(1), p 9-19.
B. Hollenbach, et al., “Cadmium leads to stimulated expression of the lipid transfer protein genes in barley: Implications for the involvement of lipid transfer proteins in wax assembly”, Planta, vol. 203, 1997, pp. 9-19.
Hollenbach, B., Schreiber, L., Hartung, W., Dietz, K.-J.: Cadmium leads to stimulated expression of the lipid transfer protein genes in barley: Implications for the involvement of lipid transfer proteins in wax assembly. Planta. 203, 9-19 (1997).
Hollenbach, B., Schreiber, L., Hartung, W., and Dietz, Karl-Josef. “Cadmium leads to stimulated expression of the lipid transfer protein genes in barley: Implications for the involvement of lipid transfer proteins in wax assembly”. Planta 203.1 (1997): 9-19.
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