Host Tree Location Behavior of a Tropical Vine (Monstera gigantea) by Skototropism

@article{Strong1975HostTL,
  title={Host Tree Location Behavior of a Tropical Vine (Monstera gigantea) by Skototropism},
  author={D. Strong and Thomas S. Ray},
  journal={Science},
  year={1975},
  volume={190},
  pages={804 - 806}
}
  • D. Strong, Thomas S. Ray
  • Published 1975
  • Biology
  • Science
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