Developmental biochemistry of cottonseed embryogenesis and germination : XVI. Analysis of the principal cotton storage protein gene family with cloned cDNA probes.

DNAs complementary to the mRNAs coding for the major cotton 48 kD and 52 kD storage proteins have been cloned and used to characterize the principal c...
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