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Alpha amino adipic acid and alpha epsilon di amino pimelic acid in inoculated pea d plants pisum sativum d and root nodule bacteria rhizobium leguminosarum



Alpha amino adipic acid and alpha epsilon di amino pimelic acid in inoculated pea d plants pisum sativum d and root nodule bacteria rhizobium leguminosarum



Physiologia Plantarum: 1316-1321




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