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Physiological effects of boron-manganese interaction in tomato plants. III. Absorption oand distribution of manganese, zinc and copper



Physiological effects of boron-manganese interaction in tomato plants. III. Absorption oand distribution of manganese, zinc and copper



Anales de edafologia y agrobiologia 38(5-6): 1013-1029




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