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Responses of Net Photosynthesis and Conductance to Independent Changes in the Humidity Environments of the Upper and Lower Surfaces of Leaves of Sunflower and Soybean



Responses of Net Photosynthesis and Conductance to Independent Changes in the Humidity Environments of the Upper and Lower Surfaces of Leaves of Sunflower and Soybean



Journal of Experimental Botany 37(12): 1842-1853




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DOI: 10.1093/jxb/37.12.1842


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