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Factors behind decrease of nitrate reductase activity in leguminous plants under salinization



Factors behind decrease of nitrate reductase activity in leguminous plants under salinization



Soviet Plant Physiology 31(4, I): 514-520



This is an English translation of a Russian paper in Fiziologiya Rastenii, which has been abstracted earlier.

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