High specificity in plant leaf metabolic responses to arbuscular mycorrhiza

Schweiger R, Baier M, Persicke M, Müller C (2014)
Nature Communications 5(3886).

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Schweiger R, Baier M, Persicke M, Müller C. High specificity in plant leaf metabolic responses to arbuscular mycorrhiza. Nature Communications. 2014;5(3886).
Schweiger, R., Baier, M., Persicke, M., & Müller, C. (2014). High specificity in plant leaf metabolic responses to arbuscular mycorrhiza. Nature Communications, 5(3886). doi:10.1038/ncomms4886
Schweiger, R., Baier, M., Persicke, M., and Müller, C. (2014). High specificity in plant leaf metabolic responses to arbuscular mycorrhiza. Nature Communications 5.
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Schweiger, R., Baier, M., Persicke, M., Müller, C.: High specificity in plant leaf metabolic responses to arbuscular mycorrhiza. Nature Communications. 5, (2014).
Schweiger, Rabea, Baier, Markus, Persicke, Marcus, and Müller, Caroline. “High specificity in plant leaf metabolic responses to arbuscular mycorrhiza”. Nature Communications 5.3886 (2014).
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