Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. Isolation of chromoplast sub-plastidial fractions. / Berry, Harriet; Nogueira, Marilise; Drapal, Margit; Almeida Barros da Silva, Juliana; Perez, Laura; Enfissi, Genny; Fraser, Paul.

Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. : Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. . ed. / Eleanore Wurtzel. Methods in Enzymology : Elsevier, 2022.

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Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. Isolation of chromoplast sub-plastidial fractions. / Berry, Harriet; Nogueira, Marilise; Drapal, Margit; Almeida Barros da Silva, Juliana; Perez, Laura; Enfissi, Genny; Fraser, Paul.

Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. : Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. . ed. / Eleanore Wurtzel. Methods in Enzymology : Elsevier, 2022.

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Harvard

Berry, H, Nogueira, M, Drapal, M, Almeida Barros da Silva, J, Perez, L, Enfissi, G & Fraser, P 2022, Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. Isolation of chromoplast sub-plastidial fractions. in E Wurtzel (ed.), Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. : Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. . Elsevier, Methods in Enzymology.

APA

Berry, H., Nogueira, M., Drapal, M., Almeida Barros da Silva, J., Perez, L., Enfissi, G., & Fraser, P. (2022). Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. Isolation of chromoplast sub-plastidial fractions. In E. Wurtzel (Ed.), Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. : Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. Elsevier.

Vancouver

Berry H, Nogueira M, Drapal M, Almeida Barros da Silva J, Perez L, Enfissi G et al. Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. Isolation of chromoplast sub-plastidial fractions. In Wurtzel E, editor, Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. : Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. . Methods in Enzymology: Elsevier. 2022

Author

Berry, Harriet ; Nogueira, Marilise ; Drapal, Margit ; Almeida Barros da Silva, Juliana ; Perez, Laura ; Enfissi, Genny ; Fraser, Paul. / Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. Isolation of chromoplast sub-plastidial fractions. Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. : Isolation and characterisation of sub-plastidial fractions from carotenoid rich fruits. . editor / Eleanore Wurtzel. Methods in Enzymology : Elsevier, 2022.

BibTeX

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