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Anatomy of the Seed and Seedling of 'Spartina alterniflora' Lois. (Poaceae).
Aspects of phosphate utilization by blue-green algae /
Cell division in higher plants
Cell growth in plant cultures : a paradigm relating the influence of initial weight on cadmium and copper toxicity /
Cell Growth in Plant Cultures: An Interpretation of the Influence of Initial Weight in Cadmium and Copper Toxicity Tests.
Drawings of tissues of plants found in herbivore diets and in the litter of grasslands /
In vitro cellular & developmental biology. journal of the Tissue Culture Association Plant :
Influence of increasing chlorine content on the accumulation and metabolism of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) by Paul's scarlet rose cells /
Methods of Assessing Responses of Trees, Stands and Ecosystems to Air Pollution (Chapter 7).
Ozone and plant cell
Physicochemical & environmental plant physiology
Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology
Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology /
Plant cell organelles : proceedings of the Phytochemical Group symposium, London, April, 1967 /
Plant cell physiology; a physicochemical approach
Plant, cell and environment.
Polychlorobiphenyl (PCB) Metabolism by Plant Cells (Journal Version).
Rapid Biochemical Technique for Phytotoxicity Modes-of-Action of Herbicides. Part I.
The plant cell.
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