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Plant silicon isotopic signature might reflect soil weathering degree

Bibliographic reference Opfergelt, Sophie ; Delvaux, Bruno ; André, Luc ; Cardinal, Damien. Plant silicon isotopic signature might reflect soil weathering degree. In: Biogeochemistry : an international journal, Vol. 91, no. 2-3, p. 163-175 (2008)
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