In vivo 1H NMR microimaging during seed imbibition, germination and early growth : Methods in Molecular Biology: Seed Dormancy. / Terskikh, V.; Müller, K.; Kermode, A. R.; Leubner-Metzger, G.

Methods in Molecular Biology: Seed Dormancy. ed. / A. R. Kermode. Springer, 2010.

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In vivo 1H NMR microimaging during seed imbibition, germination and early growth : Methods in Molecular Biology: Seed Dormancy. / Terskikh, V.; Müller, K.; Kermode, A. R.; Leubner-Metzger, G.

Methods in Molecular Biology: Seed Dormancy. ed. / A. R. Kermode. Springer, 2010.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Terskikh, V, Müller, K, Kermode, AR & Leubner-Metzger, G 2010, In vivo 1H NMR microimaging during seed imbibition, germination and early growth: Methods in Molecular Biology: Seed Dormancy. in AR Kermode (ed.), Methods in Molecular Biology: Seed Dormancy. Springer. <http://www.seedbiology.eu/pubs.asp>

APA

Terskikh, V., Müller, K., Kermode, A. R., & Leubner-Metzger, G. (2010). In vivo 1H NMR microimaging during seed imbibition, germination and early growth: Methods in Molecular Biology: Seed Dormancy. In A. R. Kermode (Ed.), Methods in Molecular Biology: Seed Dormancy Springer. http://www.seedbiology.eu/pubs.asp

Vancouver

Terskikh V, Müller K, Kermode AR, Leubner-Metzger G. In vivo 1H NMR microimaging during seed imbibition, germination and early growth: Methods in Molecular Biology: Seed Dormancy. In Kermode AR, editor, Methods in Molecular Biology: Seed Dormancy. Springer. 2010

Author

Terskikh, V. ; Müller, K. ; Kermode, A. R. ; Leubner-Metzger, G. / In vivo 1H NMR microimaging during seed imbibition, germination and early growth : Methods in Molecular Biology: Seed Dormancy. Methods in Molecular Biology: Seed Dormancy. editor / A. R. Kermode. Springer, 2010.

BibTeX

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