Author: J.S. Pate,Arthur .J. McComb
Publisher: University of Western Australia Press; Second Printing edition (December 1981)
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Australian Institute of Marine Science and Australian National University Press: Canberra. Congdon, R. and McComb, A. J. (1979). Productivity of Ruppia: seasonal changes and dependence on light in an Australian estuary. Eds J. S. Pate and A. McComb. University of Western Australia Press: Perth. Mitchell, D. (1978).
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Arthur J. Mccomb, J A Mccomb, Chester T. Duda. The area of Australian native vegetation in temperate and tropical Australia affected by Phytophthora cinnamomi exceeds many hundreds of thousands of hectares, and continues to increase. Gibberellic acid increases the level of RNA polymerase associated with chromatin isolated from expanding internodes of light-grown, dwarf pea plants (Pisum sativum ., without a detectable increas. More).
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