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The salicylic acid analog 2,6-dichloroisonicotinic acid has specific impact on the response of the halophyte plant species Solanum chilense to salinity

Bibliographic reference Gharbi, Emna ; Martinez,Juan_Pablo ; Benahmed, Hela ; Dailly, Hélène ; Quinet, Muriel ; et. al. The salicylic acid analog 2,6-dichloroisonicotinic acid has specific impact on the response of the halophyte plant species Solanum chilense to salinity. In: Plant Growth Regulation : an international journal on plant growth and development, Vol. 82, no.3, p. 517-525 (2017)
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