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Characterization of transgenic Arabidopsis and tomato plants antisensed for the ethylene receptor gene CcEIN4 under NaCl stress

Bibliographic reference Manaa, A. ; Mimouni, H. ; Wasti, S. ; Gharbi, Emna ; Terras, A. ; et. al. Characterization of transgenic Arabidopsis and tomato plants antisensed for the ethylene receptor gene CcEIN4 under NaCl stress. In: Journal of Plant Interactions, (2013)
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