Mendel's Stem Length Gene (Le) Encodes a Gibberellin 3b-Hydroxylase

We describe the isolation of the Le gene of pea, which controls internode elongation and originally was described by Mendel

Diane R. Lester; John J. Ross; Peter J. Davies; James B. Reid

2007

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