Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Plants for the Future

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Hany El-Shemy
Hany El-Shemy

Cairo University,
Egypt

Published21 October 2015

Doi10.5772/59292

ISBN978-953-51-2185-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-5409-9

Copyright year2015

Number of pages202

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2. Molecular Farming in Plants

By Tarinejad Alireza and Rahimi Esfanjani Nader

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3. Biochemical Parameters in Tomato Fruits from Different Cultivars as Functional Foods for Agricultural, Industrial, and Pharmaceutical Uses

By Pranas Viskelis, Audrius Radzevicius, Dalia Urbonaviciene, Jonas Viskelis, Rasa Karkleliene and Ceslovas Bobinas

2,854
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6. Nod-Factor Signaling in Legume-Rhizobial Symbiosis

By Sulima Anton Sergeevich, Zhukov Vladimir Alexandrovich, Shtark Oksana Yurievna, Borisov Alexey Yurievich and Tikhonovich Igor Anatolievich

2,535
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