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Acid Phosphatase Kinetics as a Physiological Tool for Assessing Crop Adaptability to Phosphorus Deficiency

By Jocelyne Ascencio

Submitted: September 30th 2014Reviewed: June 5th 2015Published: October 21st 2015

DOI: 10.5772/60975

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Jocelyne Ascencio (October 21st 2015). Acid Phosphatase Kinetics as a Physiological Tool for Assessing Crop Adaptability to Phosphorus Deficiency, Plants for the Future Hany El-Shemy, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/60975. Available from:

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