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The abundant class III chitinase homolog in young developing banana fruits behaves as a transient vegetative storage protein and most probably serves as an important supply of amino acids for the synthesis of ripening-associated proteins.

(2002) PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 130(2). p.1063-1072
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PEUMANS, WJ, P PROOST, RL SWENNEN, and Els Van Damme. 2002. “The Abundant Class III Chitinase Homolog in Young Developing Banana Fruits Behaves as a Transient Vegetative Storage Protein and Most Probably Serves as an Important Supply of Amino Acids for the Synthesis of Ripening-associated Proteins.” Plant Physiology 130 (2): 1063–1072.
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PEUMANS, W., PROOST, P., SWENNEN, R., & Van Damme, E. (2002). The abundant class III chitinase homolog in young developing banana fruits behaves as a transient vegetative storage protein and most probably serves as an important supply of amino acids for the synthesis of ripening-associated proteins. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 130(2), 1063–1072.
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PEUMANS W, PROOST P, SWENNEN R, Van Damme E. The abundant class III chitinase homolog in young developing banana fruits behaves as a transient vegetative storage protein and most probably serves as an important supply of amino acids for the synthesis of ripening-associated proteins. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. 2002;130(2):1063–72.
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PEUMANS, WJ, P PROOST, RL SWENNEN, et al. “The Abundant Class III Chitinase Homolog in Young Developing Banana Fruits Behaves as a Transient Vegetative Storage Protein and Most Probably Serves as an Important Supply of Amino Acids for the Synthesis of Ripening-associated Proteins.” PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 130.2 (2002): 1063–1072. Print.
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  author       = {PEUMANS, WJ and PROOST, P and SWENNEN, RL and Van Damme, Els},
  issn         = {0032-0889},
  journal      = {PLANT PHYSIOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {1063--1072},
  title        = {The abundant class III chitinase homolog in young developing banana fruits behaves as a transient vegetative storage protein and most probably serves as an important supply of amino acids for the synthesis of ripening-associated proteins.},
  volume       = {130},
  year         = {2002},
}

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