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The Hevea brasiliensis XIP aquaporin subfamily: genomic, structural and functional characterizations with relevance to intensive latex harvesting

Bibliographic reference Lopez, David ; Amira, Maroua Ben ; Brown, Daniel ; Muries, Beatriz ; Brunel-Michac, Nicole ; et. al. The Hevea brasiliensis XIP aquaporin subfamily: genomic, structural and functional characterizations with relevance to intensive latex harvesting. In: Plant Molecular Biology, Vol. 91, p. 375-396 (2016)
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