Partial Reversion by 5-Aminouracil of the Inhibition of Coleoptile Growth in Hordeum vulgare by Large Volumes of Water

@article{Davidson1973PartialRB,
  title={Partial Reversion by 5-Aminouracil of the Inhibition of Coleoptile Growth in Hordeum vulgare by Large Volumes of Water},
  author={D. Davidson and G. Long and T. Wong and M. McDermott},
  journal={Annals of Botany},
  year={1973},
  volume={37},
  pages={573-577}
}
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