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Humic acids. XIV. The effect of model substances of humic matter on the metabolism of cereals.



Humic acids. XIV. The effect of model substances of humic matter on the metabolism of cereals.



Landw. Forsch. Sonderh 9: 95-100



The increase in yields of oat-seedlings in pots after treatment with thymohydroquinone was associated with an increased resistance of the plants to wilting.

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