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Iron, manganese, zinc, copper, and nitrogen contents of winter wheat in different stages of its development as affected by nitrogen fertilization

Iron, manganese, zinc, copper, and nitrogen contents of winter wheat in different stages of its development as affected by nitrogen fertilization

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