Beskydy 2017, 10, 49-56

Seasonal courses of photosynthetic parameters in sun- and shade-acclimated spruce shoots

Otmar Urban, Petr Holub, Karel Klem

Global Change Research Institute CAS, Bělidla 4a, Brno CZ-603 00, Czech Republic


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