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Environmental control of carbon dioxide assimilation rate and leaf conductance in two species of the tropical rain forest of french guiana jacaranda copaia d don and eperua falcata aubl



Environmental control of carbon dioxide assimilation rate and leaf conductance in two species of the tropical rain forest of french guiana jacaranda copaia d don and eperua falcata aubl



Annales des Sciences Forestieres (Paris) 46(SUPPL): 443S-447S




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