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Detecting sensitivity to extreme climate conditions in tea

Roeland Samson, J VANDEBERGHE, F VANASSCHE, I NIJS, G OLYSLAEGERS, F KOCKELBERGH, Raoul Lemeur and M LAKER (2000) Detecting sensitivity to extreme climate climate chonditions in tea: sap flow as a potential indicator of drought sensitiveness between clones.. p.267-278
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Detecting sensitivity to extreme climate climate chonditions in tea: sap flow as a potential indicator of drought sensitiveness between clones.
pages
267-278 pages
ISBN
90-5728-022-1
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yes
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B2
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318754
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-318754
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2005-07-12 14:49:00
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  author       = {Samson, Roeland and VANDEBERGHE, J and VANASSCHE, F and NIJS, I and OLYSLAEGERS, G and KOCKELBERGH, F and Lemeur, Raoul and LAKER, M},
  booktitle    = {Detecting sensitivity to extreme climate climate chonditions in tea: sap flow as a potential indicator of drought sensitiveness between clones.},
  isbn         = {90-5728-022-1},
  pages        = {267--278},
  title        = {Detecting sensitivity to extreme climate conditions in tea},
  year         = {2000},
}

Chicago
Samson, Roeland, J VANDEBERGHE, F VANASSCHE, I NIJS, G OLYSLAEGERS, F KOCKELBERGH, Raoul Lemeur, and M LAKER. 2000. “Detecting Sensitivity to Extreme Climate Conditions in Tea.” In Detecting Sensitivity to Extreme Climate Climate Chonditions in Tea: Sap Flow as a Potential Indicator of Drought Sensitiveness Between Clones., 267–278.
APA
Samson, R., VANDEBERGHE, J., VANASSCHE, F., NIJS, I., OLYSLAEGERS, G., KOCKELBERGH, F., Lemeur, R., et al. (2000). Detecting sensitivity to extreme climate conditions in tea. Detecting sensitivity to extreme climate climate chonditions in tea: sap flow as a potential indicator of drought sensitiveness between clones. (pp. 267–278).
Vancouver
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Samson R, VANDEBERGHE J, VANASSCHE F, NIJS I, OLYSLAEGERS G, KOCKELBERGH F, et al. Detecting sensitivity to extreme climate conditions in tea. Detecting sensitivity to extreme climate climate chonditions in tea: sap flow as a potential indicator of drought sensitiveness between clones. 2000. p. 267–78.
MLA
Samson, Roeland, J VANDEBERGHE, F VANASSCHE, et al. “Detecting Sensitivity to Extreme Climate Conditions in Tea.” Detecting Sensitivity to Extreme Climate Climate Chonditions in Tea: Sap Flow as a Potential Indicator of Drought Sensitiveness Between Clones. 2000. 267–278. Print.