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Towards a New Ecophysiological Approach to Understand Citrus Crop Yield Under Abiotic Stresses Mirroring in the Brazilian Savanna Genetic Resources

By Marcelo Claro de Souza and Gustavo Habermann

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Published: January 25th 2012

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Marcelo Claro de Souza and Gustavo Habermann (January 25th 2012). Towards a New Ecophysiological Approach to Understand Citrus Crop Yield Under Abiotic Stresses Mirroring in the Brazilian Savanna Genetic Resources, Water Stress Ismail Md. Mofizur Rahman, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/31271. Available from:

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