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Variation in nitrogen content in the leaves of birch populations of Kazakhstan



Variation in nitrogen content in the leaves of birch populations of Kazakhstan



Molod uchenye les kh vu Kazakhstana (Dep. R196): 64-69



Individual variation in content of total and protein N in Betula pendula and B. pubescens was not wide but was wider than geographical variation.

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