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The liverwort contains a lectin that is structurally and evolutionary related to the monocot mannose-binding lectins.

(2002) PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 129(3). p.1054-1065
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PEUMANS, WJ, A BARRE, J BRAS, P ROUGE, P PROOST, and Els Van Damme. 2002. “The Liverwort Contains a Lectin That Is Structurally and Evolutionary Related to the Monocot Mannose-binding Lectins.” Plant Physiology 129 (3): 1054–1065.
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PEUMANS, W., BARRE, A., BRAS, J., ROUGE, P., PROOST, P., & Van Damme, E. (2002). The liverwort contains a lectin that is structurally and evolutionary related to the monocot mannose-binding lectins. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 129(3), 1054–1065.
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PEUMANS W, BARRE A, BRAS J, ROUGE P, PROOST P, Van Damme E. The liverwort contains a lectin that is structurally and evolutionary related to the monocot mannose-binding lectins. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 2002;129(3):1054–65.
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PEUMANS, WJ, A BARRE, J BRAS, et al. “The Liverwort Contains a Lectin That Is Structurally and Evolutionary Related to the Monocot Mannose-binding Lectins.” PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 129.3 (2002): 1054–1065. Print.
@article{158437,
  author       = {PEUMANS, WJ and BARRE, A and BRAS, J and ROUGE, P and PROOST, P and Van Damme, Els},
  issn         = {0032-0889},
  journal      = {PLANT PHYSIOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {1054--1065},
  title        = {The liverwort contains a lectin that is structurally and evolutionary related to the monocot mannose-binding lectins.},
  volume       = {129},
  year         = {2002},
}

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