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Flower architecture and sex determination: how does Atriplex halimus play with floral morphogenesis and sex genes?

Bibliographic reference Talamali, A ; Bajji, M ; Le Thomas, A ; Kinet, JM. ; Dutuit, P. Flower architecture and sex determination: how does Atriplex halimus play with floral morphogenesis and sex genes?. In: New Phytologist, Vol. 157, no. 1, p. 105-113 (2003)
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