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Transpiration Sensitivity to Evaporative Demand across 120 Years of Breeding of Australian Wheat Cultivars

Bibliographic reference Schoppach, Rémy ; Fleury, D. ; Sinclair, T.R. ; Sadok, Walid. Transpiration Sensitivity to Evaporative Demand across 120 Years of Breeding of Australian Wheat Cultivars. In: Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science, , p. 8 p. (2016)
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