Biochemical responses of triticale plants treated with UV-B irradiation and nutrient solution enriched with humic acids

@inproceedings{Todorova2014BiochemicalRO,
  title={Biochemical responses of triticale plants treated with UV-B irradiation and nutrient solution enriched with humic acids},
  author={Dessislava Todorova and Iskren Sergiev and Irina Moskova and Zornitsa I. Katerova and N. Georgieva and Vera Alexieva and Ida M. Brambilla and Sergio Mapelli},
  year={2014}
}
* Correspondence: dessita@bio21.bas.bg 

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