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On the formation of glycolate in photosynthesizing chlorella vulgaris using a new gas liquid chromatography method

, : On the formation of glycolate in photosynthesizing chlorella vulgaris using a new gas liquid chromatography method. Planta (Heidelberg) 121(1): 9-16

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