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Isatis tinctoria L. Brassicaceae: le pastel des teinturiers

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Bontaz-Carion, J., Montaut, S. & Goetz, P. Isatis tinctoria L. Brassicaceae: le pastel des teinturiers. Phytothérapie 10, 238–244 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10298-012-0717-y

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