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On some aspects of the study of the physiological responses of plants to light and of the culture of plants in artificial light.



On some aspects of the study of the physiological responses of plants to light and of the culture of plants in artificial light.



Vestn. sel'sk. Nauki, 7: 1, 34-40. bibl 34



A review of the effects of the morphology and anatomy of leaves on the polarization of light reflected from them.

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