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Tests of propagation of Pseudospondias microcarpa A. Rich. under the climatic conditions of Franceville in the southeastern of Gabon

By: Pamphile Nguema Ndoutoumou, Paul Ondo Ovono, Alain Serges Ondo-Azi, Audrey Wilson Ignanga Ignanga, Antoine Mitte Mbeang Beyeme

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Int. J. Agron. Agri. Res.3(9), 1-11, September 2013.

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Respiration estimation of a plant community through primary values (leaf area and phytomass)

By: Napoleão Esberard de Macêdo Beltrão, Alexandre Bosco de Oliveira, Leandro Silva do Vale, José Fideles Filho

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Int. J. Agron. Agri. Res.8(1), 24-33, January 2016.

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Model of land treatment on plant growth in reclamation area of post-mining at PT Antang Gunung Meratus

By: Herbin Siagian, Yudi Firmanul Arifin, Gusti Muhammad Hatta

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J. Bio. Env. Sci.13(2), 279-287, August 2018.

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Impact of fertility regimes on the growth, seed yield and oil content of canola

By: Naseer Ahmed Marri, Ghulam Ali Bugti, Gaji Bux Bugti, Attaullah Rakhshani, Muhammad Tariq Reki, Syed Ahmed Shah, Mehar Un Nisa Narejo, Hafiz Tassawar Abbas, Muhammad Afzal Roonjha

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J. Bio. Env. Sci.14(5), 13-19, May 2019.

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A review on potential role of auxins in plants, current applications and future directions

By: Muhammad Jamil, Amna Saher, Sidra Javed, Qasim Farooq, Muhammad Shakir, Tooba Zafar, Lobaba Komal, Kabir Hussain, Amara Shabir, Arooj Javed, Muhammad Huzafa

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J. Bio. Env. Sci.18(1), 11-16, January 2021.

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