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Ascorbic acid in vegetables grown at different temperatures


Acta Horticulturae (93): 425-433
Ascorbic acid in vegetables grown at different temperatures
Determined in 8 vegetable crops, including chicory, spinach beet and parsley, grown at 5 different temperatures (12 deg to 24 deg C).


Accession: 000600977



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