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Synthesis of canopy processes






Russell, G , B Marshall And P G Jarvis (Ed ) Society For Experimental Biology Seminar Series, 31 Plant Canopies: Their Growth, Form And Function; Nottingham, England, Uk, March 1986 Ix+178p Cambridge University Press: New Rochelle, New York, Usa; Cambridge, England, Uk Illus 163-175

Synthesis of canopy processes



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