Most of the work on the control of mobilization of stored reserves has been carried out on cereal grains, and much less is known about the control mechanisms in dicot seeds. For these reasons the following discussion rests heavily on the cereal grain but a consideration of the situation in dicot seeds is included.
KeywordsMung Bean Aleurone Layer Aleurone Cell Barley Grain Starchy Endosperm
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