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Physiological basis for yield advantage in a sorghum/groundnut intercrop exposed to drought. 1. Dry-matter production, yield, and light interception



Physiological basis for yield advantage in a sorghum/groundnut intercrop exposed to drought. 1. Dry-matter production, yield, and light interception



Field Crops Research 17(3-4): 259-272




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DOI: 10.1016/0378-4290(87)90039-6


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