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The cold resistance of 2 new selected clones of Paulownia


, : The cold resistance of 2 new selected clones of Paulownia. Journal of Northwest Forestry College 9(2): 50-54

Cuttings from 1-year-old plants of 2 newly selected superior clones and 4 control clones were compared for permeability to K+ after treatment at different low temperatures.


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