Evaluation of structural and functional adaptations of mediterranean macchia species to drought stress with emphasis on the effects of photoinhibition on whole plant carbon gain: a modelling approach

Werner C (2000)
Bielefeld.

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Werner C. Evaluation of structural and functional adaptations of mediterranean macchia species to drought stress with emphasis on the effects of photoinhibition on whole plant carbon gain: a modelling approach. Bielefeld; 2000.
Werner, C. (2000). Evaluation of structural and functional adaptations of mediterranean macchia species to drought stress with emphasis on the effects of photoinhibition on whole plant carbon gain: a modelling approach. Bielefeld.
Werner, C. (2000). Evaluation of structural and functional adaptations of mediterranean macchia species to drought stress with emphasis on the effects of photoinhibition on whole plant carbon gain: a modelling approach. Bielefeld.
Werner, C., 2000. Evaluation of structural and functional adaptations of mediterranean macchia species to drought stress with emphasis on the effects of photoinhibition on whole plant carbon gain: a modelling approach, Bielefeld.
C. Werner, Evaluation of structural and functional adaptations of mediterranean macchia species to drought stress with emphasis on the effects of photoinhibition on whole plant carbon gain: a modelling approach, Bielefeld: 2000.
Werner, C.: Evaluation of structural and functional adaptations of mediterranean macchia species to drought stress with emphasis on the effects of photoinhibition on whole plant carbon gain: a modelling approach. Bielefeld (2000).
Werner, Christiane. Evaluation of structural and functional adaptations of mediterranean macchia species to drought stress with emphasis on the effects of photoinhibition on whole plant carbon gain: a modelling approach. Bielefeld, 2000.
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