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Biomass and Chemical Composition of Tobacco Plants Under High Density Growth

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Volume & Edition: Volume 12 (1983) - Edition 1 (February 1983)
Pages: 35 - 42
Reçu: 22 Apr 1982
Accepté: 07 Sep 1982
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