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Long term intermittent flooding stress affects plant growth and inulin synthesis of Cichorium intybus (var. sativum)

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Bibliographic reference Vandoorne, Bertrand ; Descamps, Christophe ; Mathieu, Anne-Sophie ; Van den Ende, Wim ; Vergauwen, Rudy ; et. al. Long term intermittent flooding stress affects plant growth and inulin synthesis of Cichorium intybus (var. sativum). In: Plant and Soil : international journal on plant-soil relationships, Vol. 376, p. 291-305
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