Plant Physiology, 1532-2548

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    ELZENGA, JTM., KELLER, CP. & VANVOLKENBURGH, E., Dec-1991, In : Plant Physiology. 97, 4, p. 1573-1575 3 p.

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  2. ION CHANNELS IN THE PLASMAMEMBRANE OF EPIDERMAL AND MESOPHYLL-CELLS OF GROWING PEA LEAVES

    ELZENGA, JTM. & VANVOLKENBURGH, E., May-1993, In : Plant Physiology. 102, 1, p. 22-22 1 p.

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    Lauss, K., Wardenaar, R., Oka, R., van Hulten, M. H. A., Guryev, V., Keurentjes, J. J. B., Stam, M. & Johannes, F., Feb-2018, In : Plant Physiology. 176, 4, p. 1627-1645 19 p.

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  4. Visualizing the Genetic Landscape of Arabidopsis Seed Performance

    Joosen, R. V. L., Arends, D., Willems, L. A. J., Ligterink, W., Jansen, R. C. & Hilhorst, H. W. M., Feb-2012, In : Plant Physiology. 158, 2, p. 570-589 20 p.

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  5. Growth reduction of Spinacia oleracea by H2S fumigation in relation to accumulation of sulphur compounds

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