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Silicon isotopic fractionation by banana (Musa spp.) grown in a continuous nutrient flow device

Bibliographic reference Opfergelt, Sophie ; Cardinal, D. ; Henriet, Céline ; Draye, Xavier ; André, L. ; et. al. Silicon isotopic fractionation by banana (Musa spp.) grown in a continuous nutrient flow device. In: Plant and Soil : international journal on plant-soil relationships, Vol. 285, no. 1-2, p. 333-345 (2006)
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