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Net Assimilation Rate, Specific Leaf Area and Leaf Mass Ratio: Which Is Most Closely Correlated with Relative Growth Rate? A Meta-Analysis



Net Assimilation Rate, Specific Leaf Area and Leaf Mass Ratio: Which Is Most Closely Correlated with Relative Growth Rate? A Meta-Analysis



Functional Ecology 20(4): 565-574




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