Physical, mechanical, and microstructural characterization of novel, 3D-printed, tunable, lab-grown plant materials generated from Zinnia elegans cell cultures

@article{Beckwith2022PhysicalMA,
  title={Physical, mechanical, and microstructural characterization of novel, 3D-printed, tunable, lab-grown plant materials generated from Zinnia elegans cell cultures},
  author={Ashley L. Beckwith and Jeffrey T. Borenstein and Luis Fernando Vel{\'a}squez-Garc{\'i}a},
  journal={Materials Today},
  year={2022}
}
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