The role of nitric oxide and hemoglobin in plant development and morphogenesis

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The role of nitric oxide and hemoglobin in plant development and morphogenesis. / Hebelstrup, Kim; Shah, Jay K; Igamberdiev, Abir U.

I: Physiologia Plantarum, Bind 148, Nr. 4, 08.2013, s. 457-469.

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Hebelstrup, K, Shah, JK & Igamberdiev, AU 2013, 'The role of nitric oxide and hemoglobin in plant development and morphogenesis' Physiologia Plantarum, bind 148, nr. 4, s. 457-469. https://doi.org/10.1111/ppl.12062

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Hebelstrup, K., Shah, J. K., & Igamberdiev, A. U. (2013). The role of nitric oxide and hemoglobin in plant development and morphogenesis. Physiologia Plantarum, 148(4), 457-469. https://doi.org/10.1111/ppl.12062

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Hebelstrup, Kim ; Shah, Jay K ; Igamberdiev, Abir U. / The role of nitric oxide and hemoglobin in plant development and morphogenesis. I: Physiologia Plantarum. 2013 ; Bind 148, Nr. 4. s. 457-469.

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