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A one-dimensional model of water flow in soil-plant systems based on plant architecture

Bibliographic reference Janott, Michael ; Gayler, Sebastian ; Gessler, Arthur ; Javaux, Mathieu ; Klier, Christine. A one-dimensional model of water flow in soil-plant systems based on plant architecture. In: Plant Soil, Vol. 341, p. 233-256
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