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Carl-Otto Ottosen

Biomass accumulation and photosynthesis of ornamentals in elevated CO2 conditions

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Biomass accumulation and photosynthesis of ornamentals in elevated CO2 conditions. / Ottosen, C. O.; Mentz, Jette.

I: Gartenbauwissenschaft, Bind 65, Nr. 1, 01.01.2000, s. 35-39.

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Ottosen, CO & Mentz, J 2000, 'Biomass accumulation and photosynthesis of ornamentals in elevated CO2 conditions', Gartenbauwissenschaft, bind 65, nr. 1, s. 35-39.

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Ottosen, C. O. ; Mentz, Jette. / Biomass accumulation and photosynthesis of ornamentals in elevated CO2 conditions. I: Gartenbauwissenschaft. 2000 ; Bind 65, Nr. 1. s. 35-39.

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