[Arabidopsis] Fw: Article Tracking: cDNA-AFLP analysis of seed germination in Arabidopsis thaliana identifies transposons and new genomic sequences

Emilio Cervantes ecervant at usal.es
Thu Feb 2 11:00:27 EST 2006

Just in case someone is interested...........

Thank you,

Emilio Cervantes

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> Article title: cDNA-AFLP analysis of seed germination in Arabidopsis
thaliana identifies transposons and new genomic sequences
> Reference: JPLPH50070
> Journal title: Journal of Plant Physiology
> Corresponding author: Dr. Emilio Cervantes
> First author: Dr. Juana G. de Diego
> Received at Elsevier: 3-JUL-2005
> DOI information: 10.1016/j.jplph.2005.04.032
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