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1 . Determination of folate content in rice germplasm (Oryza sativa L.) using tri-enzyme extraction and microbiological assays.
Dong W, Cheng Z, Wang X, Wang B, Zhang H, Su N, Yamamaro C, Lei C, Wang J, Wang J, Zhang X, Guo X, Wu F, Zhai H, Wan J
International journal of food sciences and nutrition 2011 Aug ; (5) :0
DHARA ID: D015741 Pubmed ID: 21438705
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2 . Differences in Mn uptake and subcellular distribution in different barley genotypes as a response to Cd toxicity.
Wu F, Dong J, Cai Y, Chen F, Zhang G
The Science of the total environment 2007 Oct ; (1-3) :0
DHARA ID: D033104 Pubmed ID: 16580711
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3 . Cadmium translocation and accumulation in developing barley grains.
Chen F, Wu F, Dong J, Vincze E, Zhang G, Wang F, Huang Y, Wei K
Planta 2007 Dec ; (1) :0
DHARA ID: D031926 Pubmed ID: 17713783
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4 . Identification of barley varieties tolerant to cadmium toxicity.
Chen F, Wang F, Zhang G, Wu F
Biological Trace Element Research 2008 Feb ; (2) :0
DHARA ID: D031877 Pubmed ID: 17952384
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5 . Functional conservation and diversification of class E floral homeotic genes in rice (Oryza sativa).
Cui R, Han J, Zhao S, Su K, Wu F, Du X, Xu Q, Chong K, Theissen G, Meng Z
The Plant journal : for cell and molecular biology 2010 Mar ; (5) :0
DHARA ID: D017377 Pubmed ID: 20003164
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