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Regulation of resource allocation during reproductive growth in Arabidopsis thaliana L. Heynh

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The abi3-1 mutant causes moderate perturbation of seed metabolism relative to wild-type seeds, so offering a distinct and discrete treatment for use in experiments investigating regulation of allocation between sources and sinks. abi3-1 plants continue to initiate new flowers, and hence siliques, for longer than wild-type plants. Total rates of carbon assimilation in the short-term were the same in both genotypes during early reproductive growth. This rate fell to 50-70 ...

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University of Oxford
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Life and Environmental Sciences Division
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Publication date:
2000
Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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603847127
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