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Impact of rice cultivar and organ on elemental composition of phytoliths and the release of bio-available silicon.

Bibliographic reference Li, Zimin ; Song, Zhaoliang ; Cornélis, Jean-Thomas. Impact of rice cultivar and organ on elemental composition of phytoliths and the release of bio-available silicon.. In: Frontiers in Plant Science, Vol. 5, no. 529, p. 1-8 (october 2014)
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