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Water movement in the soil poplar atmosphere system. i. comparative study of stomatal morphology and anatomy, and the influence of stomatal density and dimensions on the leaf diffusion characteristics in different poplar clones



Water movement in the soil poplar atmosphere system. i. comparative study of stomatal morphology and anatomy, and the influence of stomatal density and dimensions on the leaf diffusion characteristics in different poplar clones








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