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Repeated exposure to enhanced UV-B radiation in successive generations increases developmental instability (leaf fluctuating asymmetry) in a desert annual

1998

Midgley, G.F. | Wand, S.J.E. | Musil, C.F. (Ecology and Conservation, National Botanical Institute, Private Bag x7 Claremont 7735, Cape Town (South Africa))


Bibliographic information
Plant, Cell and Environment (United Kingdom)
Volume 21 Issue 4
Pagination
pp. 437-442
Other Subjects
Dimorphotheca; Irradiacion; Plante ornementale herbacee; Stade de developpement vegetal; Dimorphotheca sinuata; Plantas herbaceas ornamentales; Lumiere; Radiacion ultravioleta; Abnormal development
Language
English
Note
26 ref.

1998-08-15
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