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The adaptive value of shoot differentiation in deciduous trees and its evolutionary relevance

The adaptive value of shoot differentiation in deciduous trees and its evolutionary relevance

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DÖRKEN, Veit M., Thomas STÜTZEL, 2009. The adaptive value of shoot differentiation in deciduous trees and its evolutionary relevance. In: Boletín de la Sociedad Argentina de Botánica. 44(3-4), pp. 421-439. ISSN 0373-580X. eISSN 1851-2372

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