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Tree species impact the terrestrial cycle of silicon through various uptakes

Bibliographic reference Cornélis, Jean-Thomas ; Delvaux, Bruno ; Ranger, J. ; Iserentant, Anne. Tree species impact the terrestrial cycle of silicon through various uptakes. In: Biogeochemistry : an international journal, Vol. 97, no. 2-3, p. 231-245 (2010)
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