Erratum to: Environmentally induced programmed cell death in leaf protoplasts of Aponogeton madagascariensis

Lord, Christina; Gunawardena, Arunika
March 2013
Planta;Mar2013, Vol. 237 Issue 3, p917
Academic Journal
Correction notice
A correction to the article "Environmentally induced programmed cell death in leaf protoplasts of Aponogeton madagascariensis," by Christina E. N. Lord and Arunika H. L. A. N. Gunawardena, which was published online on December 15, 2012 is presented.


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