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Changes in freezing tolerance, abscisic acid concentration, and gene expression during cold acclimation of Acer rubrum fine roots

Changes in freezing tolerance, abscisic acid concentration, and gene expression during cold acclimation of Acer rubrum fine roots

Hortscience 34(2): 208, April

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