The eco-physiology of growth, needle photosynthetic pigment and water contents, and photosynthetic partial processes in five populations of öPösöeöuödöoötösöuögöa ömöeönözöiöeösöiöi (Mirb.) Franco

Peer reviewed: 
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Date created: 
1981
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English
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Thesis
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Senior supervisor: 
G.R. Lister
Department: 
Science: Department of Biological Sciences
Thesis type: 
(Thesis) M.Sc.
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