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Studies on leaf burn of pear trees. IX. Analysis of promoting factors in development of leaf burn: relationships between leaf burn, daily courses of meteorological variables, and leaf water deficits


Studies on leaf burn of pear trees. IX. Analysis of promoting factors in development of leaf burn: relationships between leaf burn, daily courses of meteorological variables, and leaf water deficits



Yamagata Daigaku kiyo = Bulletin of the Yamagata University Agricultural science 8(2): 277-292




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