Evidence for a Protein Component in the Middle Lamella of Plant Tissue: a Possible Site for Indolylacetic Acid Action

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GINZBURG, B. Evidence for a Protein Component in the Middle Lamella of Plant Tissue: a Possible Site for Indolylacetic Acid Action. Nature 181, 398–400 (1958) doi:10.1038/181398a0

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