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A key to identify epidermal fragments of Saskatchewan rangeland plants

A key to identify epidermal fragments of Saskatchewan rangeland plants

Canadian Journal of Botany 60(11): 2461-2468

A descriptive key and drawings showing epidermal structures are presented.

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Accession: 001038189

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DOI: 10.1139/b82-298

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