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Cuticular permeability of the three tree species Prunus Iaurocerasus L., Ginkgo biloba L. and Juglans regia L.: comparative investigation of the transport properties of intact leaves, isolated cuticles and reconstituted cuticular waxes


Cuticular permeability of the three tree species Prunus Iaurocerasus L., Ginkgo biloba L. and Juglans regia L.: comparative investigation of the transport properties of intact leaves, isolated cuticles and reconstituted cuticular waxes



Journal of Experimental Botany 48(5): 1035-1045



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