Carbon metabolism in spinach leaves as affected by leaf age and phosphorus and sulfur nutrition

Dietz K-J, Heilos L (1990)
Plant Physiology 93(3): 1219-1225.

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Dietz K-J, Heilos L. Carbon metabolism in spinach leaves as affected by leaf age and phosphorus and sulfur nutrition. Plant Physiology. 1990;93(3):1219-1225.
Dietz, K. - J., & Heilos, L. (1990). Carbon metabolism in spinach leaves as affected by leaf age and phosphorus and sulfur nutrition. Plant Physiology, 93(3), 1219-1225.
Dietz, K. - J., and Heilos, L. (1990). Carbon metabolism in spinach leaves as affected by leaf age and phosphorus and sulfur nutrition. Plant Physiology 93, 1219-1225.
Dietz, K.-J., & Heilos, L., 1990. Carbon metabolism in spinach leaves as affected by leaf age and phosphorus and sulfur nutrition. Plant Physiology, 93(3), p 1219-1225.
K.-J. Dietz and L. Heilos, “Carbon metabolism in spinach leaves as affected by leaf age and phosphorus and sulfur nutrition”, Plant Physiology, vol. 93, 1990, pp. 1219-1225.
Dietz, K.-J., Heilos, L.: Carbon metabolism in spinach leaves as affected by leaf age and phosphorus and sulfur nutrition. Plant Physiology. 93, 1219-1225 (1990).
Dietz, Karl-Josef, and Heilos, L. “Carbon metabolism in spinach leaves as affected by leaf age and phosphorus and sulfur nutrition”. Plant Physiology 93.3 (1990): 1219-1225.
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