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Detecting sensitivity to extreme climatic conditions in tea: an ecophysiological vs. and energy balance approach

I NIJS, G OLYSLAEGERS, F KOCKELBERGH, F VANASSCHE, J VANDENBERGHE, Roeland Samson, Raoul Lemeur and L LAKER (2000) Topics in Ecology: structure and function in plants and ecosystems. p.253-265
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Topics in Ecology: structure and function in plants and ecosystems
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253-265 pages
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90-5728-022-1
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  author       = {NIJS, I and OLYSLAEGERS, G and KOCKELBERGH, F and VANASSCHE, F and VANDENBERGHE, J and Samson, Roeland and Lemeur, Raoul and LAKER, L},
  booktitle    = {Topics in Ecology: structure and function in plants and ecosystems},
  isbn         = {90-5728-022-1},
  pages        = {253--265},
  title        = {Detecting sensitivity to extreme climatic conditions in tea: an ecophysiological vs. and energy balance approach},
  year         = {2000},
}

Chicago
NIJS, I, G OLYSLAEGERS, F KOCKELBERGH, F VANASSCHE, J VANDENBERGHE, Roeland Samson, Raoul Lemeur, and L LAKER. 2000. “Detecting Sensitivity to Extreme Climatic Conditions in Tea: An Ecophysiological Vs. and Energy Balance Approach.” In Topics in Ecology: Structure and Function in Plants and Ecosystems, 253–265.
APA
NIJS, I., OLYSLAEGERS, G., KOCKELBERGH, F., VANASSCHE, F., VANDENBERGHE, J., Samson, R., Lemeur, R., et al. (2000). Detecting sensitivity to extreme climatic conditions in tea: an ecophysiological vs. and energy balance approach. Topics in Ecology: structure and function in plants and ecosystems (pp. 253–265).
Vancouver
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NIJS I, OLYSLAEGERS G, KOCKELBERGH F, VANASSCHE F, VANDENBERGHE J, Samson R, et al. Detecting sensitivity to extreme climatic conditions in tea: an ecophysiological vs. and energy balance approach. Topics in Ecology: structure and function in plants and ecosystems. 2000. p. 253–65.
MLA
NIJS, I, G OLYSLAEGERS, F KOCKELBERGH, et al. “Detecting Sensitivity to Extreme Climatic Conditions in Tea: An Ecophysiological Vs. and Energy Balance Approach.” Topics in Ecology: Structure and Function in Plants and Ecosystems. 2000. 253–265. Print.