Benefits associated with steep foliage orientation in two tussock grasses of the American Intermountain West. A look at water-use-efficiency and photoinhibition

Ryel RJ, Beyschlag W (1995)
Flora 190: 1-10.

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1995
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Flora
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190
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1-10
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Ryel RJ, Beyschlag W. Benefits associated with steep foliage orientation in two tussock grasses of the American Intermountain West. A look at water-use-efficiency and photoinhibition. Flora. 1995;190:1-10.
Ryel, R. J., & Beyschlag, W. (1995). Benefits associated with steep foliage orientation in two tussock grasses of the American Intermountain West. A look at water-use-efficiency and photoinhibition. Flora, 190, 1-10.
Ryel, R. J., and Beyschlag, W. (1995). Benefits associated with steep foliage orientation in two tussock grasses of the American Intermountain West. A look at water-use-efficiency and photoinhibition. Flora 190, 1-10.
Ryel, R.J., & Beyschlag, W., 1995. Benefits associated with steep foliage orientation in two tussock grasses of the American Intermountain West. A look at water-use-efficiency and photoinhibition. Flora, 190, p 1-10.
R.J. Ryel and W. Beyschlag, “Benefits associated with steep foliage orientation in two tussock grasses of the American Intermountain West. A look at water-use-efficiency and photoinhibition”, Flora, vol. 190, 1995, pp. 1-10.
Ryel, R.J., Beyschlag, W.: Benefits associated with steep foliage orientation in two tussock grasses of the American Intermountain West. A look at water-use-efficiency and photoinhibition. Flora. 190, 1-10 (1995).
Ryel, R.J., and Beyschlag, Wolfram. “Benefits associated with steep foliage orientation in two tussock grasses of the American Intermountain West. A look at water-use-efficiency and photoinhibition”. Flora 190 (1995): 1-10.

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