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Sugar import and metabolism during seed development


, : Sugar import and metabolism during seed development. Trends in Plant Science 2(5): 169-174

Sugar import and metabolism, and its relationship to seed development, is discussed with particular reference to legume seeds. During seed development, cell division is followed by elongation, differentiation and storage. In legumes, this sequence of events has been found to spread in a wave-like manner, creating a developmental gradient across the cotyledons. All these processes, including storage activities, appear to be subject to metabolic control.

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DOI: 10.1016/s1360-1385(97)85222-3


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