SCIENTIA SINICA Vitae, Volume 43 , Issue 3 : 201-212(2013) https://doi.org/10.1360/052012-284

磷和外源生长素对白羽扇豆(Lupinus albus L.)根形态和生理特性的影响

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  • AcceptedFeb 11, 2013
  • PublishedMar 19, 2013



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