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Can allelopathically active submerged macrophytes stabilise clear-water states in shallow lakes?

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Can allelopathically active submerged macrophytes stabilise clear-water states in shallow lakes?

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HILT, Sabine, Elisabeth GROSS, 2008. Can allelopathically active submerged macrophytes stabilise clear-water states in shallow lakes?. In: Basic and Applied Ecology. 9(4), pp. 422-432. ISSN 1439-1791. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.baae.2007.04.003

@article{Hilt2008allel-8614, title={Can allelopathically active submerged macrophytes stabilise clear-water states in shallow lakes?}, year={2008}, doi={10.1016/j.baae.2007.04.003}, number={4}, volume={9}, issn={1439-1791}, journal={Basic and Applied Ecology}, pages={422--432}, author={Hilt, Sabine and Gross, Elisabeth} }

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