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Studies on photosynthesis and primary production of rice plants in relation to meteorological environments. I. Gaseous diffusive resistances, photosynthesis and transpiration in the leaves as influenced by radiation intensity and wind speed



Studies on photosynthesis and primary production of rice plants in relation to meteorological environments. I. Gaseous diffusive resistances, photosynthesis and transpiration in the leaves as influenced by radiation intensity and wind speed



Nogyo kisho = Journal of agricultural meteorology 34(3): 125-136




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