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Influence of Exogenously Supplemented Caffeine on Cell Division, Germination, and Growth of Economically Important Plants

By Wojciech Sledz, Agata Motyka, Sabina Zoledowska, Agnieszka Paczek, Emilia Los and Jacek Rischka

Submitted: November 18th 2016Reviewed: February 9th 2017Published: June 21st 2017

DOI: 10.5772/67799

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Wojciech Sledz, Agata Motyka, Sabina Zoledowska, Agnieszka Paczek, Emilia Los and Jacek Rischka (June 21st 2017). Influence of Exogenously Supplemented Caffeine on Cell Division, Germination, and Growth of Economically Important Plants, The Question of Caffeine Jolanta Natalia Latosinska and Magdalena Latosinska, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/67799. Available from:

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