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Pathways of carbon di oxide fixation in the crassulacean acid metabolism plant kalanchoe daigremontiana part 2 effects of oxygen and carbon di oxide concentration on light and dark carbon di oxide fixation



Pathways of carbon di oxide fixation in the crassulacean acid metabolism plant kalanchoe daigremontiana part 2 effects of oxygen and carbon di oxide concentration on light and dark carbon di oxide fixation



Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 2(2): 155-162




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