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    1. Barker, MG; Pinard, MA
      Forest canopy research: sampling problems, and some solutions

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    2. Henskens, FL; Battaglia, M; Cherry, ML; Beadle, CL
      Physiological basis of spacing effects on tree growth and form in Eucalyptus globulus

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    3. Silbernagel, J; Moeur, M
      Modeling canopy openness and understory gap patterns based on image analysis and mapped tree data

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    4. Wachendorf, M; Collins, RP; Elgersma, A; Fothergill, M; Frankow-Lindberg, BE; Ghesquiere, A; Guckert, A; Guinchard, MP; Helgadottir, A; Luscher, A; Nolan, T; Nykanen-Kurki, P; Nosberger, J; Parente, G; Puzio, S; Rhodes, I; Robin, C; Ryan, A; Staheli, B; Stoffel, S; Taube, F; Connolly, J
      Overwintering and growing season dynamics of Trifolium repens L. in mixture with Lolium perenne L.: A model approach to plant-environment interactions

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    5. Rosevear, MJ; Young, AJ; Johnson, GN
      Growth conditions are more important than species origin in determining leaf pigment content of British plant species

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    6. Vincent, G
      Leaf photosynthetic capacity and nitrogen content adjustment to canopy openness in tropical forest tree seedlings

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    7. Fetene, M; Feleke, Y
      Growth and photosynthesis of seedlings of four tree species from a dry tropical afromontane forest

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    8. Takahashi, K; Seino, T; Kohyama, T
      Responses to canopy openings in architectural development of saplings in eight deciduous broadleaved tree species

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    9. Maddocks, SA; Church, SC; Cuthill, IC
      The effects of the light environment on prey choice by zebra finches

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Torti, SD; Coley, PD; Kursar, TA
      Causes and consequences of monodominance in tropical lowland forests

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    11. Maximov, VV
      Environmental factors which may have led to the appearance of colour vision

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    12. Poorter, L; Kwant, R; Hernandez, R; Medina, E; Werger, MJA
      Leaf optical properties in Venezuelan cloud forest trees

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Benech-Arnold, RL; Sanchez, RA; Forcella, F; Kruk, BC; Ghersa, CM
      Environmental control of dormancy in weed seed banks in soil

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    14. Forcella, F; Arnold, RLB; Sanchez, R; Ghersa, CM
      Modeling seedling emergence

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    15. Ricker, M; Siebe, C; Sanchez, S; Shimada, K; Larson, BC; Martinez-Ramos, M; Montagnini, F
      Optimising seedling management: Pouteria sapota, Diospyros digyna, and Cedrela odorata in a Mexican rainforest

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    16. Botto, JF; Scopel, AL; Sanchez, RA
      Water constraints on the photoinduction of weed seed germination during tillage

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Vierling, LA; Wessman, CA
      Photosynthetically active radiation heterogeneity within a monodominant Congolese rain forest canopy

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    18. Svenning, JC
      Growth strategies of clonal palms (Arecaceae) in a neotropical rainforest,Yasuni, Ecuador

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    19. Rijkers, T; Jan de Vries, PJ; Pons, TL; Bongers, F
      Photosynthetic induction in saplings of three shade-tolerant tree species:comparing understorey and gap habitats in a French Guiana rain forest

      OECOLOGIA
    20. Allen, MT; Pearcy, RW
      Stomatal versus biochemical limitations to dynamic photosynthetic performance in four tropical rainforest shrub species

      OECOLOGIA
    21. Naumburg, E; Ellsworth, DS
      Photosynthesis sunfleck utilization potential of understory saplings growing under elevated CO2 in FACE

      OECOLOGIA
    22. Kaiser, H; Kappen, L
      In situ observation of stomatal movements and gas exchange of Aegopodium podagraria L. in the understorey

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    23. Svenning, JC
      Small canopy gaps influence plant distributions in the rain forest understory

      BIOTROPICA
    24. Croxdale, JL
      Stomatal patterning in angiosperms

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    25. Sterck, FJ
      Crown development in tropical rain forest trees in gaps and understorey

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    26. Musselman, RC; Massman, WJ
      Ozone flux to vegetation and its relationship to plant response and ambient air quality standards

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    27. Ke, G; Werger, MJA
      Different responses to shade of evergreen and deciduous oak seedlings and the effect of acorn size

      ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    28. Kays, SJ
      Preharvest factors affecting appearance

      POSTHARVEST BIOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY
    29. Kaitaniemi, P; Room, PM; Hanan, JS
      Architecture and morphogenesis of grain sorghum, Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    30. Godin, C; Costes, E; Sinoquet, H
      A method for describing plant architecture which integrates topology and geometry

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    31. Castellanos, AE; Tinoco-Ojanguren, C; Molina-Freaner, F
      Microenvironmental heterogeneity and space utilization by desert vines within their host trees

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    32. Vera, NE; Finegan, B; Newton, AC
      The photosynthetic characteristics of saplings of eight canopy tree species in a disturbed neotropical rain forest

      PHOTOSYNTHETICA
    33. Terborgh, J; Mathews, J
      Partitioning of the understorey light environment by two Amazonian treelets

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    34. Sterck, FJ; Clark, DB; Clark, DA; Bongers, F
      Light fluctuations, crown traits, and response delays for tree saplings ina Costa Rican lowland rain forest

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    35. Rivadossi, A; Zucchelli, G; Garlaschi, FM; Jennings, RC
      The importance of PSI chlorophyll red forms in light-harvesting by leaves

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    36. Adams, WW; Demmig-Adams, B; Logan, BA; Barker, DH; Osmond, CB
      Rapid changes in xanthophyll cycle-dependent energy dissipation and photosystem II efficiency in two vines, Stephania japonica and Smilax australis, growing in the understory of an open Eucalyptus forest

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    37. Lusk, CH; Contreras, O
      Foliage area and crown nitrogen turnover in temperate rain forest juveniletrees of differing shade tolerance

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    38. Wijesinghe, DK; Hutchings, MJ
      The effects of environmental heterogeneity on the performance of Glechoma hederacea: the interactions between patch contrast and patch scale

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    39. James, SA; Smith, WK; Vogelmann, TC
      Ontogenetic differences in mesophyll structure and chlorophyll distribution in Eucalyptus globulus ssp. globulus (Myrtaceae)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    40. Lourens, P; Werger, MJA
      Light environment, sapling architecture, and leaf display in six rain forest tree species

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    41. Flint, SD; Caldwell, MM
      Solar UV-B and visible radiation in tropical forest gaps: measurements partitioning direct and diffuse radiation

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    42. MESSIER C; PARENT S; BERGERON Y
      EFFECTS OF OVERSTORY AND UNDERSTORY VEGETATION ON THE UNDERSTORY LIGHT ENVIRONMENT IN MIXED BOREAL FORESTS

      Journal of vegetation science
    43. NIINEMETS U
      GROWTH OF YOUNG TREES OF ACER-PLATANOIDES AND QUERCUS-ROBUR ALONG A GAP-UNDERSTORY CONTINUUM - INTERRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ALLOMETRY, BIOMASS PARTITIONING, NITROGEN, AND SHADE TOLERANCE

      International journal of plant sciences
    44. PANCALDI S; BONORA A; GUALANDRI R; GERDOL R; MANSERVIGI R; FASULO MP
      INTRA-TISSUE CHARACTERISTICS OF CHLOROPLASTS IN THE LAMINA AND PETIOLE OF MATURE WINTER LEAF OF ARUM-ITALICUM MILLER

      Botanica acta
    45. ESCHENBACH C; GLAUNER R; KLEINE M; KAPPEN L
      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RATES OF SELECTED TREE SPECIES IN LOWLAND DIPTEROCARP RAIN-FOREST OF SABAH, MALAYSIA

      Trees
    46. KIMURA K; ISHIDA A; UEMURA A; MATSUMOTO Y; TERASHIMA I
      EFFECTS OF CURRENT-YEAR AND PREVIOUS-YEAR PPFDS ON SHOOT GROSS MORPHOLOGY AND LEAF PROPERTIES IN FAGUS-JAPONICA

      Tree physiology
    47. GASTELLUETCHEGORRY JP; TRICHON V
      A MODELING APPROACH OF PAR ENVIRONMENT IN A TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST IN SUMATRA - APPLICATION TO REMOTE-SENSING

      Ecological modelling
    48. REICH PB; WALTERS MB; TJOELKER MG; VANDERKLEIN D; BUSCHENA C
      PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND RESPIRATION RATES DEPEND ON LEAF AND ROOT MORPHOLOGY AND NITROGEN CONCENTRATION IN 9 BOREAL TREE SPECIES DIFFERING IN RELATIVE GROWTH-RATE

      Functional ecology
    49. PLANCHAIS I; SINOQUET H
      FOLIAGE DETERMINANTS OF LIGHT INTERCEPTION IN SUNNY AND SHADED BRANCHES OF FAGUS-SYLVATICA (L.)

      Agricultural and forest meteorology
    50. DAY JS
      LIGHT CONDITIONS AND THE EVOLUTION OF HETEROBLASTY (AND THE DIVARICATE FORM) IN NEW-ZEALAND

      New Zealand journal of ecology
    51. Leblanc, ML; Cloutier, DC; Leroux, GD; Hamel, C
      Factors involved in emergence of weeds in the field

      PHYTOPROTECTION
    52. POORTER H; EVANS JR
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC NITROGEN-USE EFFICIENCY OF SPECIES THAT DIFFER INHERENTLY IN SPECIFIC LEAF-AREA

      Oecologia
    53. SULTAN SE; WILCZEK AM; BELL DL; HAND G
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSE TO COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS IN ANNUAL POLYGONUM SPECIES OF CONTRASTING ECOLOGICAL BREADTH

      Oecologia
    54. SIMS DA; KELLEY S
      SOMATIC AND GENETIC-FACTORS IN SUN AND SHADE POPULATION DIFFERENTIATION IN PLANTAGO-LANCEOLATA AND ANTHOXANTHUM-ODORATUM

      New phytologist
    55. DALLING JW; HUBBELL SP; SILVERA K
      SEED DISPERSAL, SEEDLING ESTABLISHMENT AND GAP PARTITIONING AMONG TROPICAL PIONEER TREES

      Journal of Ecology
    56. WEYERS JDB; HOGLUND HO; MCEWEN B
      TEACHING BOTANY ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE TREE - PROMOTING INVESTIGATIVE STUDIES OF PLANT ECOPHYSIOLOGY THROUGH OBSERVATIONS AND EXPERIMENTSON SUN AND SHADE LEAVES

      Journal of Biological Education
    57. WIDMER Y
      PATTERN AND PERFORMANCE OF UNDERSTORY BAMBOOS (CHUSQUEA SPP.) UNDER DIFFERENT CANOPY CLOSURES IN OLD-GROWTH OAK FORESTS IN COSTA-RICA

      Biotropica
    58. DELUCIA EH; SIPE TW; HERRICK J; MAHERALI H
      SAPLING BIOMASS ALLOCATION AND GROWTH IN THE UNDERSTORY OF A DECIDUOUS HARDWOOD FOREST

      American journal of botany
    59. LAGARIAS DM; CREPEAU MW; MAINES MD; LAGARIAS JC
      REGULATION OF PHOTOMORPHOGENESIS BY EXPRESSION OF MAMMALIAN BILIVERDIN REDUCTASE IN TRANSGENIC ARABIDOPSIS PLANTS

      The Plant cell
    60. YAMADA T; SUZUKI E
      CHANGES IN SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION DURING THE LIFE-HISTORY OF A TROPICALTREE, SCAPHIUM-MACROPODUM (STERCULIACEAE) IN BORNEO

      Journal of plant research
    61. WATLING JR; BALL MC; WOODROW IE
      THE UTILIZATION OF LIGHTFLECKS FOR GROWTH IN 4 AUSTRALIAN RAIN-FORESTSPECIES

      Functional ecology
    62. HUTCHINGS MJ; WIJESINGHE DK
      PATCHY HABITATS, DIVISION-OF-LABOR AND GROWTH DIVIDENDS IN CLONAL PLANTS

      Trends in ecology & evolution
    63. MURCHIE EH; HORTON P
      ACCLIMATION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS TO IRRADIANCE AND SPECTRAL QUALITY IN BRITISH PLANT-SPECIES - CHLOROPHYLL CONTENT, PHOTOSYNTHETIC CAPACITY AND HABITAT PREFERENCE

      Plant, cell and environment
    64. SEAVERS GP; SMITH H
      THE REFLECTANCE PROPERTIES OF PLANT INTERNODES MODIFY ELONGATION RESPONSES TO LATERAL FAR-RED RADIATION

      Plant, cell and environment
    65. LIPP CC; NILSEN ET
      THE IMPACT OF SUBCANOPY LIGHT ENVIRONMENT ON THE HYDRAULIC VULNERABILITY OF RHODODENDRON MAXIMUM TO FREEZE-THAW CYCLES AND DROUGHT

      Plant, cell and environment
    66. MABROUK H; SINOQUET H; CARBONNEAU A
      CANOPY STRUCTURE AND RADIATION REGIME IN GRAPEVINE .2. MODELING RADIATION INTERCEPTION AND DISTRIBUTION INSIDE THE CANOPY

      Vitis
    67. BURKEY KO; WILSON RF; WELLS R
      EFFECTS OF CANOPY SHADE ON THE LIPID-COMPOSITION OF SOYBEAN LEAVES

      Physiologia Plantarum
    68. JOHNSON JD; TOGNETTI R; MICHELOZZI M; PINZAUTI S; MINOTTA G; BORGHETTI M
      ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF FAGUS-SYLVATICA SEEDLINGS TO CHANGING LIGHT CONDITIONS .2. THE INTERACTION OF LIGHT ENVIRONMENT AND SOIL FERTILITY ON SEEDLING PHYSIOLOGY

      Physiologia Plantarum
    69. WIJESINGHE DK; HUTCHINGS MJ
      THE EFFECTS OF SPATIAL SCALE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HETEROGENEITY ON THE GROWTH OF A CLONAL PLANT - AN EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY WITH GLECHOMA-HEDERACEA

      Journal of Ecology
    70. GUINEL FC; IRELAND RJ
      IMMUNOGOLD LOCALIZATION AND QUANTITATIVE DISTRIBUTION OF 2 PROTEINS OF THE GLYCINE DECARBOXYLASE COMPLEX IN DEVELOPING LEAFLETS OF PEA (PISUM-SATIVUM L)

      International journal of plant sciences
    71. WHITMORE TC; BROWN ND
      DIPTEROCARP SEEDLING GROWTH IN RAIN-FOREST CANOPY GAPS DURING 6 AND AHALF YEARS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    72. WEDLER M; GEYER R; HEINDL B; HAHN S; TENHUNEN JD
      LEAF-LEVEL GAS-EXCHANGE AND SCALING-UP OF FOREST UNDERSTORY CARBON FIXATION RATES WITH A PATCH-SCALE CANOPY MODEL

      Theoretical and applied climatology
    73. BURKEY KO; WELLS R
      EFFECTS OF NATURAL SHADE ON SOYBEAN THYLAKOID MEMBRANE-COMPOSITION

      Photosynthesis research
    74. SCHREIBER U; KUHL M; KLIMANT I; REISING H
      MEASUREMENT OF CHLOROPHYLL FLUORESCENCE WITHIN LEAVES USING A MODIFIED PAM FLUOROMETER WITH A FIBEROPTIC MICROPROBE

      Photosynthesis research
    75. SACHS T; HASSIDIM M
      MUTUAL SUPPORT AND SELECTION BETWEEN BRANCHES OF DAMAGED PLANTS

      Vegetatio
    76. BARDEN LS
      A COMPARISON OF GROWTH EFFICIENCY OF PLANTS ON THE EAST AND WEST SIDES OF A FOREST CANOPY GAP

      Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
    77. CAMACHO M; BELLEFLEUR P
      MORPHOLOGICAL ADAPTATIONS TO CLIMATE IN 6 TREE SPECIES FROM MONTANE FORESTS IN COSTA-RICA

      Revista de biologia tropical
    78. NOGUCHI K; SONOIKE K; TERASHIMA I
      ACCLIMATION OF RESPIRATORY PROPERTIES OF LEAVES OF SPINACIA-OLERACEA L, A SUN SPECIES, AND OF ALOCASIA-MACRORRHIZA (L) DON,G., A SHADE SPECIES, TO CHANGES IN GROWTH IRRADIANCE

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    79. VOLIN JC; REICH PB
      INTERACTION OF ELEVATED CO2 AND O-3 ON GROWTH, PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND RESPIRATION OF 3 PERENNIAL SPECIES GROWN IN LOW AND HIGH-NITROGEN

      Physiologia Plantarum
    80. ENRIQUEZ S; DUARTE CM; SANDJENSEN K; NIELSEN SL
      BROAD-SCALE COMPARISON OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC RATES ACROSS PHOTOTROPHIC ORGANISMS

      Oecologia
    81. PETERS R; TANAKA H; SHIBATA M; NAKASHIZUKA T
      LIGHT CLIMATE AND GROWTH IN SHADE-TOLERANT FAGUS-CRENATA, ACER-MONO AND CARPINUS-CORDATA

      Ecoscience
    82. SOLHAUG KA; GAUSLAA Y; HAUGEN J
      ADVERSE-EFFECTS OF EPIPHYTIC CRUSTOSE LICHENS UPON STEM PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND CHLOROPHYLL OF POPULUS-TREMULA L

      Botanica acta
    83. TANG YH; WASHITANI I
      CHARACTERISTICS OF SMALL-SCALE HETEROGENEITY IN LIGHT AVAILABILITY WITHIN A MISCANTHUS-SINENSIS CANOPY

      Ecological research
    84. BADECK FW
      INTRA-LEAF GRADIENT OF ASSIMILATION RATE AND OPTIMAL ALLOCATION OF CANOPY NITROGEN - A MODEL ON THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE USE OF HOMOGENEOUS ASSIMILATION FUNCTIONS

      Australian journal of plant physiology
    85. AWANG YB; ATHERTON JG
      GROWTH AND FRUITING RESPONSES OF STRAWBERRY PLANTS GROWN ON ROCKWOOL TO SHADING AND SALINITY

      Scientia horticulturae
    86. KOJIMA M; WU SJ; FUKUI H; SUGIMOTO T; NANMORI T; OJI Y
      PHOSPHORYLATION DEPHOSPHORYLATION OF KOMATSUNA (BRASSICA-CAMPESTRIS) LEAF NITRATE REDUCTASE IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO IN RESPONSE TO ENVIRONMENTAL LIGHT CONDITIONS - EFFECTS OF PROTEIN-KINASE AND PROTEIN PHOSPHATASE INHIBITORS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    87. DOKOOZLIAN NK; KLIEWER WM
      THE LIGHT ENVIRONMENT WITHIN GRAPEVINE CANOPIES .1. DESCRIPTION AND SEASONAL-CHANGES DURING FRUIT-DEVELOPMENT

      American journal of enology and viticulture
    88. DOKOOZLIAN NK; KLIEWER WM
      THE LIGHT ENVIRONMENT WITHIN GRAPEVINE CANOPIES .2. INFLUENCE OF LEAF-AREA DENSITY ON FRUIT ZONE LIGHT ENVIRONMENT AND SOME CANOPY ASSESSMENT PARAMETERS

      American journal of enology and viticulture
    89. TAKENAKA A
      A SIMULATION-MODEL OF TREE ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT BASED ON GROWTH-RESPONSE TO LOCAL LIGHT ENVIRONMENT

      Journal of plant research
    90. HOQUE E; REMUS G
      NATIVE AND ATRAZINE-INDUCED FLUORESCENCE OF CHLOROPLASTS FROM PALISADE AND SPONGY PARENCHYMA OF BEECH (FAGUS-SYLVATICA L) LEAVES

      Remote sensing of environment
    91. SIPE TW; BAZZAZ FA
      GAP PARTITIONING AMONG MAPLES (ACER) IN CENTRAL NEW-ENGLAND - SHOOT ARCHITECTURE AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS

      Ecology
    92. MARSHALL JD; ZHANG JW
      CARBON-ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION AND WATER-USE EFFICIENCY IN NATIVE PLANTS OF THE NORTH-CENTRAL ROCKIES

      Ecology
    93. NISHIO JN; TING IP
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PALISADE MESOPHYLL AND SPONGY MESOPHYLL IN THE CAM C4 INTERMEDIATE PLANT, PEPEROMIA-CAMPTOTRICHA/

      Botanica acta
    94. KURACHI N; HAGIHARA A; HOZUMI K
      CANOPY PHOTOSYNTHETIC PRODUCTION IN A JAPANESE LARCH FOREST .2. ESTIMATION OF THE CANOPY PHOTOSYNTHETIC PRODUCTION

      Ecological research
    95. BURKEY KO
      EFFECT OF GROWTH IRRADIANCE ON PLASTOCYANIN LEVELS IN BARLEY

      Photosynthesis research
    96. MCCAIN DC; CROXDALE J; MARKLEY JL
      THE SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION OF CHLOROPLAST WATER IN ACER-PLATANOIDES SUNAND SHADE LEAVES

      Plant, cell and environment
    97. WU RL
      SIMULATED OPTIMAL STRUCTURE OF A PHOTOSYNTHETIC SYSTEM - IMPLICATION FOR THE BREEDING OF FOREST CROP IDEOTYPE

      Canadian journal of forest research
    98. POULSON ME; DELUCIA EH
      PHOTOSYNTHETIC AND STRUCTURAL ACCLIMATION TO LIGHT DIRECTION IN VERTICAL LEAVES OF SILPHIUM-TEREBINTHINACEUM

      Oecologia
    99. ENDLER JA
      THE COLOR OF LIGHT IN FORESTS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS

      Ecological monographs
    100. OLESEN T
      DAYLIGHT SPECTRA (400-740 NM) BENEATH SUNNY, BLUE SKIES IN TASMANIA, AND THE EFFECT OF A FOREST CANOPY

      Australian journal of ecology


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