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  • Journal

    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.

  • Journal

    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.

  • Book

    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.

  • Journal

    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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