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Impact of cadmium and zinc on growth and water status of Zygophyllum fabago in two contrasting metallicolous populations from SE Spain: comparison at whole plant and tissue level.

Bibliographic reference Lefèvre, Isabelle S. ; Correal, E ; Lutts, Stanley. Impact of cadmium and zinc on growth and water status of Zygophyllum fabago in two contrasting metallicolous populations from SE Spain: comparison at whole plant and tissue level.. In: Plant Biology, Vol. 12, no. 6, p. 883-894 (2010)
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