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Stomatal blue light response is present in Marsilea crenata, an amphibious fern

Tai-Chung Wu, Bai-Ling Lin, Wen-Yuan Kao

Published on: 16 September 2020

Page: 456 - 462

DOI: 10.6165/tai.2020.65.456

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