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Relations of shoot C, root C and root length with root-released C of two barley cultivars and the decomposition of root-released C in soil

, : Relations of shoot C, root C and root length with root-released C of two barley cultivars and the decomposition of root-released C in soil. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 74(1): 17-22

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