Ecotypic differences in responses of Arabidopsis thaliana L. to elevated polychromatic UV-A and UV-B+A radiation in the natural environment: a positive correlation between UV-B+A inhibition and growth rate

Nicola Maureen Cooley, J. T. Higgins, M. G. Holmes, T. H. Attridge

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