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Response of pasture plants to temperature



Response of pasture plants to temperature



Plant relations in pastures: 17-34



The major effects of temp. on growth and development of pastures with particular reference to plant responses of significance in ecology, and adaptation and productivity of temperate and tropical spp. are reviewed.

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