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BEERLING, D. J.
Leaf Evolution: Gases, Genes and Geochemistry
2005 - Annals of Botany
In-text: (BEERLING, 2005)
Your Bibliography: BEERLING, D. (2005). Leaf Evolution: Gases, Genes and Geochemistry. Annals of Botany, 96(3), pp.345-352.
Tomescu, A. M.
Megaphylls, microphylls and the evolution of leaf development
2009 - Trends in Plant Science
In-text: (Tomescu, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Tomescu, A. (2009). Megaphylls, microphylls and the evolution of leaf development. Trends in Plant Science, 14(1), pp.5-12.
Bower, F. O.
Primitive land plants, also known as Archegonistae ... with ... illustrations
1935 - London
In-text: (Bower, 1935)
Your Bibliography: Bower, F. (1935). Primitive land plants, also known as Archegonistae ... with ... illustrations. London.
Brodribb, T. J., Feild, T. S. and Jordan, G. J.
Leaf Maximum Photosynthetic Rate and Venation Are Linked by Hydraulics
2007 - PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
In-text: (Brodribb, Feild and Jordan, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Brodribb, T., Feild, T. and Jordan, G. (2007). Leaf Maximum Photosynthetic Rate and Venation Are Linked by Hydraulics. PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, 144(4), pp.1890-1898.
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