Physiology of the lowbush blueberry
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Paper presented in part by the senior author before the eleventh annual meeting of the Canadian Society of Plant Physiologists held in Quebec City, Canada, June 9–12, 1970. Contribution No. 1400. Submitted for publication July 14, 1970.
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