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Superoxide dismutase isozyme activity and antioxidant responses of hydroponically cultured Lepidium sativum L. to NaCl stress

Bibliographic reference Manaa, Arafet ; Mimouni, Hajer ; Terras, Amel ; Chebil, Farah ; Wasti, Salma ; et. al. Superoxide dismutase isozyme activity and antioxidant responses of hydroponically cultured Lepidium sativum L. to NaCl stress. In: Journal of Plant Interactions, (2013)
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