Differentiation in habitat response in taxodium distichum, taxodium mucronatum, platanus occidentalis, and liquidambar styraciflua from the United States and Mexico

@article{Mcmillan2006DifferentiationIH,
  title={Differentiation in habitat response in taxodium distichum, taxodium mucronatum, platanus occidentalis, and liquidambar styraciflua from the United States and Mexico},
  author={Calvin Mcmillan},
  journal={Vegetatio},
  year={2006},
  volume={29},
  pages={1-10}
}
  • C. Mcmillan
  • Published 2 April 1974
  • Environmental Science
  • Vegetatio
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