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Photosynthesis and dark respiration of peas leaves under conditions of root hypoxia and iron deficit


Soviet Plant Physiology 1990; 36(6,II): 953-958
Photosynthesis and dark respiration of peas leaves under conditions of root hypoxia and iron deficit
This is a translation of a Russian paper in Fiziologiya Rastenii (1989) 36 (6) 1184-1191 which has been abstracts elsewhere from the original.

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