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What Makes Plant Growth Slow Down?

News   Feb 27, 2017 | Original story from Iowa State University

 
What Makes Plant Growth Slow Down?

Current lab members involved in the study from the Yin lab (from top: Hongqing Guo, Jiani Chen, Zhouli Xie, Nicole Huser, Yanhai Yin, Trevor Nolan and Hao Jiang). Photo by Priyanka Sandal.

 
 
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