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Peroxidase-activities of 2 Rice Cultivars Differing in Salinity Tolerance As Affected By Proline and Nacl

Bibliographic reference Lutts, Stanley ; Guerrier, G.. Peroxidase-activities of 2 Rice Cultivars Differing in Salinity Tolerance As Affected By Proline and Nacl. In: Biologia Plantarum : journal for experimental botany, Vol. 37, no. 4, p. 577-586 (1995)
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