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Alfalfa and Its Symbiosis Responses to Osmotic Stress

By Mohammed Mouradi, Mohamed Farissi, Abdelaziz Bouizgaren, Yahya Lahrizi, Ahmed Qaddoury and Cherki Ghoulam

Submitted: December 15th 2016Reviewed: May 15th 2017Published: January 17th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.69760

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Mohammed Mouradi, Mohamed Farissi, Abdelaziz Bouizgaren, Yahya Lahrizi, Ahmed Qaddoury and Cherki Ghoulam (January 17th 2018). Alfalfa and Its Symbiosis Responses to Osmotic Stress, New Perspectives in Forage Crops Ricardo Loiola Edvan and Leilson Rocha Bezerra, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.69760. Available from:

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