In seedlings of Pinus radiata, jasmonic acid and auxin are differentially distributed on opposite sides of tilted stems affecting lignin monomer biosynthesis and composition

Romina Salazar, Stephan Pollmann, Luis Morales-Quintana, Raul Herrera, David Caparrós-Ruiz, Patricio Ramos

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