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Plant silicon content in forests of north China and its implications for phytolith carbon sequestration

Bibliographic reference Yang, Xiaomin ; Song, Zhaoliang ; Liu, Hongyan ; Bolan, Nanthi S. ; Wang, Hailong ; et. al. Plant silicon content in forests of north China and its implications for phytolith carbon sequestration. In: Ecological Research, , no.30, p. 347-355 (march 2015)
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