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Amino acids as indicators of physiological stress in common reed Phragmites australis affected by an extreme flood

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KOPPITZ, Heike, Marion DEWENDER, Wolfgang OSTENDORP, Klaus SCHMIEDER, 2004. Amino acids as indicators of physiological stress in common reed Phragmites australis affected by an extreme flood. In: Aquatic Botany. 79(4), pp. 277-294. ISSN 0304-3770. eISSN 1879-1522

@article{Koppitz2004Amino-7957, title={Amino acids as indicators of physiological stress in common reed Phragmites australis affected by an extreme flood}, year={2004}, number={4}, volume={79}, issn={0304-3770}, journal={Aquatic Botany}, pages={277--294}, author={Koppitz, Heike and Dewender, Marion and Ostendorp, Wolfgang and Schmieder, Klaus} }

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