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A multichannel system for steady-state and continuous measurements of gas exchanges from legume roots and nodules


, : A multichannel system for steady-state and continuous measurements of gas exchanges from legume roots and nodules. Applications of continuous and steady state methods to root biology: 1-28

A multichannel, computer-controlled gas exchange system which has been designed for studies of steady-state and nonsteady-state rates of respiration, photosynthesis and nitrogenase activity in nodulated legumes is described.


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