Abstract

The mystery of plant morphogenesis has occupied biologists and specifically botanists since generations. In recent years our understanding of plant morphogenesis has been considerably advanced through the analysis of the organization and function of microtubules in plant cells.

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Photosynthesis Folic Acid Fibril Colchicine Palmitate 

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  • Carl Fedtke
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  1. 1.Leverkusen, BayerwerkFederal Republic of Germany

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