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Seed Priming of Trifolium repens L. Improved Germination and Early Seedling Growth on Heavy Metal-Contaminated Soil

Bibliographic reference Galhaut, Laurence ; de Lespinay, Alexis ; Walker, David, J. ; Correal, Enrique ; Bernal, Maria Pilar ; et. al. Seed Priming of Trifolium repens L. Improved Germination and Early Seedling Growth on Heavy Metal-Contaminated Soil. In: Water, Air and Soil Pollution : an international journal of environmental pollution, Vol. 225, no.1905, p. 15 (2014)
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