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NHX1 and eIF4A1-stacked transgenic sweetpotato shows enhanced tolerance to drought stress

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Title
NHX1 and eIF4A1-stacked transgenic sweetpotato shows enhanced tolerance to drought stress
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Plant Cell Reports, August 2019
DOI 10.1007/s00299-019-02454-6
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Yandi Zhang, Gaifang Deng, Weijuan Fan, Ling Yuan, Hongxia Wang, Peng Zhang

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#11,968,751
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#25
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