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

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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.
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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).
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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.
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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.
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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},
}