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Crassulacean acid metabolism not induced in winter grown portulacaria afra by using a leaf anti transpirant to reduce gas exchange

, : Crassulacean acid metabolism not induced in winter grown portulacaria afra by using a leaf anti transpirant to reduce gas exchange. Plant Physiology (Rockville) 72(SUPPL 1): 93


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