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Organ-dependent responses of the african rice to short-term iron toxicity: Ferritin regulation and antioxidative responses

Bibliographic reference Majerus, Valérie ; Bertin, Pierre ; Swenden, V. ; Fortemps, A. ; Lobreaux, S. ; et. al. Organ-dependent responses of the african rice to short-term iron toxicity: Ferritin regulation and antioxidative responses. In: Biologia Plantarum : journal for experimental botany, Vol. 51, no. 2, p. 303-312 (2007)
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