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Croissance et nutrition du thuya de Berbérie (Tetraclinis articulata [Vahl] Mast.) mis en culture dans différents sols rhizosphériques de peuplement de thuya

@article{Abbas2013CroissanceEN,
  title={Croissance et nutrition du thuya de Berb{\'e}rie (Tetraclinis articulata [Vahl] Mast.) mis en culture dans diff{\'e}rents sols rhizosph{\'e}riques de peuplement de thuya},
  author={Younes Abbas and Salah Eddine Bakkali Yakhlef and Yves Prin and Moustapha Arahou and Mohamed Abourouh and Robin Duponnois},
  journal={Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Soci{\'e}t{\'e} et Environnement},
  year={2013},
  volume={17},
  pages={3-11}
}
Cinq especes vegetales (Withania frutescens Pauquy, Lavandula multifida L., Pistacia atlantica Desf., Olea europaea L. subsp. oleaster (Hoffmanns. & Link) Negodi et Tetraclinis articulata [Vahl] Mast.), rencontrees au niveau de l'ecosysteme tetraclinaie au Maroc ont ete selectionnees afin d'evaluer leur potentiel mycorhizien et de comparer l'impact de leur sol rhizospherique sur la croissance et la nutrition des jeunes plants de thuya (Tetraclinis articulata). Les racines des plantes… 
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