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Expression analysis and functional characterization of the monosaccharide transporters, OsTMTs, involving vacuolar sugar transport in rice (Oryza sativa)

Cho, J. I. et al.

New phytologist. VOL 186; NUMBER 3, ; 2010, 657-668 -- Blackwell Publishing Ltd (pages 657-668) -- 2010

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Role of the Rice Hexokinases OsHXK5 and OsHXK6 as Glucose Sensors

Cho, J.-I. et al.

Plant physiology. VOL 149; NUMB 2, ; 2009, 745-759 -- AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PLANT BIOLOGISTS (pages 745-759) -- 2009

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Temperature dependence of the properties of heteroepitaxial Y~2O~3 films grown on Si by ion assisted evaporation

Cho, M.-H. et al.

Journal of applied physics. VOL 86; NUMBER 1, ; 1999, 198-204 -- AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS (pages 198-204) -- 1999

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RBS/channeling studies on the heteroepitaxially grown Y~2O~3 film on Si(100)

Kim, H. B. et al.

Thin solid films. VOL 320; ISSUE 2, ; 1998, 169-172 -- ELSEVIER SEQUOIA SA (pages 169-172) -- 1998

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Oxygen distribution in the heteroepitaxially grown Y~2O~3films on Sisubstrates

Kim, H. B. et al.

Nuclear instruments and methods in physics research. Section B, Beam interactions with materials and atoms. VOL 142; ISSUE 3, ; 1998, 393-396 -- ELSEVIER Part: Part 3; (pages 393-396) -- 1998

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