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Data Mining in the Molecular Biology Era — A Study Directed to Carbohydrates Biosynthesis and Accumulation in Plants

By Renato Vicentini and Marcelo Menossi

Published: January 1st 2009

DOI: 10.5772/6456

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Renato Vicentini and Marcelo Menossi (January 1st 2009). Data Mining in the Molecular Biology Era — A Study Directed to Carbohydrates Biosynthesis and Accumulation in Plants, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery in Real Life Applications, Julio Ponce and Adem Karahoca, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/6456. Available from:

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