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Photosynthetic response to some environmental factors in leaves of Schima superba

, : Photosynthetic response to some environmental factors in leaves of Schima superba. Scientia Silvae Sinicae 23(4): 436-442

A greenhouse study of the effects of photon flux density, temp., CO2 concn. and leaf to air water vapour gradient.

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