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    1. Popelka, JC; Altpeter, F
      Interactions between genotypes and culture media components for improved in vitro response of rye (Secale cereale L.) inbred lines

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    2. Campbell, AW; Griffin, WB; Burritt, DJ; Conner, AJ
      The importance of light intensity for pollen tube growth and embryo survival in wheat x maize crosses

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    3. Voinikov, V; Grabelnych, O; Pobezhimova, T; Korzun, A; Sumina, O; Tourchaninova, V; Kolesnichenko, A
      Plant stress uncoupling protein CSP 310 caused thermogenesis in winter wheat mitochondria in vitro

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Adams, WW; Demmig-Adams, B; Rosenstiel, TN; Ebbert, V
      Dependence of photosynthesis and energy dissipation activity upon growth form and light environment during the winter

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    5. Kolasinska, I; Wegrzyn, S
      Combining ability for selected quantitative characters in winter rye (Secale cereale L.)

      CEREAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    6. Wu, HW; Haig, T; Pratley, J; Lemerle, D; An, M
      Allelochemicals in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.): Production and exudation of 2,4-dihydroxy-7-methoxy-1,4-benzoxazin-3-one

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    7. Milach, SCK; Federizzi, LC
      Dwarfing genes in plant improvement

      ADVANCES IN AGRONOMY, VOL 73
    8. Masojc, P; Myskow, B; Milczarski, P
      Extending a RFLP-based genetic map of rye using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) and isozyme markers

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    9. Nguyen, VT; Burow, MD; Nguyen, HT; Le, BT; Le, TD; Paterson, AH
      Molecular mapping of genes conferring aluminum tolerance in rice (Oryza sativa L.)

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    10. Korzun, V; Malyshev, S; Voylokov, AV; Borner, A
      A genetic map of rye (Secale cereale L.) combining RFLP, isozyme, protein,microsatellite and gene loci

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    11. Klein, M; Martinoia, E; Hoffmann-Thoma, G; Weissenbock, G
      The ABC-like vacuolar transporter for rye mesophyll flavone glucuronides is not species-specific

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    12. Perez, P; Morcuende, R; del Molino, IM; de la Puente, LS; Martinez-Carrasco, R
      Contrasting responses of photosynthesis and carbon metabolism to low temperatures in tall fescue and clovers

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    13. Bravo, LA; Ulloa, N; Zuniga, GE; Casanova, A; Corcuera, LJ; Alberdi, M
      Cold resistance in Antarctic angiosperms

      PHYSIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    14. Andreasen, MF; Landbo, AK; Christensen, LP; Hansen, A; Meyer, AS
      Antioxidant effects of phenolic rye (Secale cereale L.) extracts, monomeric hydroxycinnamates, and ferulic acid dehydrodimers on human low-density lipoproteins

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    15. Larsen, E; Andreasen, MF; Christensen, LP
      Regioselective dimerization of ferulic acid in a micellar solution

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    16. Andreasen, MF; Kroon, PA; Williamson, G; Garcia-Conesa, MT
      Esterase activity able to hydrolyze dietary antioxidant hydroxycinnamates is distributed along the intestine of mammals

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    17. Hernanz, D; Nunez, V; Sancho, AI; Faulds, CB; Williamson, G; Bartolome, B; Gomez-Cordoves, C
      Hydroxycinnamic acids and ferulic acid dehydrodimers in barley and processed barley

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    18. Egorova, IA; Peneva, TI; Baranova, OA; Voylokov, AV
      Analysis of linkage between biochemical and morphological markers of rye chromosomes 1R, 2R, and 5R and mutations of self-fertility at the main incompatibility loci

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF GENETICS
    19. Hurry, V; Strand, A; Furbank, R; Stitt, M
      The role of inorganic phosphate in the development of freezing tolerance and the acclimatization of photosynthesis to low temperature is revealed by the pho mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana

      PLANT JOURNAL
    20. Stump, WL; Westra, P
      The seedbank dynamics of feral rye (Secale cereale)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    21. Baumann, U; Juttner, J; Bian, XY; Langridge, P
      Self-incompatibility in the grasses

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    22. Borovskii, GB; Stupnikova, IV; Antipina, AI; Downs, CA; Voinikov, VK
      Accumulation of dehydrin-like-proteins in the mitochondria of cold-treatedplants

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Kolesnichenko, AV; Grabelnych, OI; Pobezhimova, TP; Voinikov, VK
      The association of plant stress uncoupling protein CSP 310 with winter wheat mitochondria in vitro during exposure to low temperature

      JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    24. Burchard, P; Bilger, W; Weissenbock, G
      Contribution of hydroxycinnamates and flavonoids to epidermal shielding ofUV-A and UV-B radiation in developing rye primary leaves as assessed by ultraviolet-induced chlorophyll fluorescence measurements

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    25. An, M; Haig, T; Pratley, JE
      Phytotoxicity of Vulpia residues: II. Separation, identification, and quantitation of allelochemicals from Vulpia myuros

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    26. Sicker, D; Frey, M; Schulz, M; Gierl, A
      Role of natural benzoxazinones in the survival strategy of plants

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 198
    27. Pester, TA; Westra, P; Anderson, RL; Lyon, DJ; Miller, SD; Stahlman, PW; Northam, FE; Wicks, GA
      Secale cereale interference and economic thresholds in winter Triticum aestivum

      WEED SCIENCE
    28. Burgos, NR; Talbert, RE
      Differential activity of allelochemicals from Secale cereale in seedling bioassays

      WEED SCIENCE
    29. Teasdale, JR; Mohler, CL
      The quantitative relationship between weed emergence and the physical properties of mulches

      WEED SCIENCE
    30. Liebman, M; Davis, AS
      Integration of soil, crop and weed management in low-external-input farming systems

      WEED RESEARCH
    31. Kubicka, H; Gabara, B; Janas, K
      White yellow virescent pattern in winter rye: Inheritance, plant growth, and ultrastructure of plastids

      JOURNAL OF HEREDITY
    32. Andreasen, MF; Christensen, LP; Meyer, AS; Hansen, A
      Content of phenolic acids and ferulic acid dehydrodimers in 17 rye (Secalecereale L.) varieties

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    33. Borner, A; Korzun, V; Voylokov, AV; Worland, AJ; Weber, WE
      Genetic mapping of quantitative trait loci in rye (Secale cereale L.)

      EUPHYTICA
    34. McLeod, JG; Gan, YT; Payne, JF
      AC Remington winter rye

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    35. Nagaki, K; Tsujimoto, H; Sasakuma, T
      A novel repetitive sequence, termed the JNK repeat family, located on an extra heterochromatic region of chromosome 2R of Japanese rye

      CHROMOSOME RESEARCH
    36. Arseniuk, E; Foremska, E; Goral, T; Chelkowski, J
      Fusarium head blight reactions and accumulation of deoxynivalenol (DON) and some of its derivatives in kernels of wheat, triticale and rye

      JOURNAL OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY-PHYTOPATHOLOGISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT
    37. Korzun, V; Borner, A; Siebert, R; Malyshev, S; Hilpert, M; Kunze, R; Puchta, H
      Chromosomal location and genetic mapping of the mismatch repair gene homologs MSH2, MSH3, and MSH6 in rye and wheat

      GENOME
    38. Korzun, V; Malyshev, S; Pickering, RA; Borner, A
      RFLP mapping of a gene for hairy leaf sheath using a recombinant line fromHordeum vulgare L. x Hordeum bulbosum L. cross

      GENOME
    39. Glitso, LV; Knudsen, KEB
      Milling of whole grain rye to obtain fractions with different dietary fibre characteristics

      JOURNAL OF CEREAL SCIENCE
    40. Paponov, IA; Lebedinskai, S; Koshkin, EI
      Growth analysis of solution culture-grown winter rye, wheat and triticale at different relative rates of nitrogen supply

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    41. Immonen, S; Anttila, H
      Cold pretreatment to enhance green plant regeneration from rye anther culture

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    42. Du, YC; Nose, A; Wasano, K
      Effects of chilling temperature on photosynthetic rates, photosynthetic enzyme activities and metabolite levels in leaves of three sugarcane species

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    43. Streb, P; Feierabend, J
      Significance of antioxidants and electron sinks for the cold-hardening-induced resistance of winter rye leaves to photo-oxidative stress

      PLANT CELL AND ENVIRONMENT
    44. Orzechowski, S; Socha-Hanc, J; Paszkowski, A
      Purification and properties of alanine aminotransferase from maize (Zea mays L.) leaves

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGIAE PLANTARUM
    45. Collantes, HG; Gianoli, E; Niemeyer, HM
      Defoliation affects chemical defenses in all plant parts of rye seedlings

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    46. Burgos, NR; Talbert, RE; Mattice, JD
      Cultivar and age differences in the production of allelochemicals by Secale cereale

      WEED SCIENCE
    47. Swanton, CJ; Shrestha, A; Roy, RC; Ball-Coelho, BR; Knezevic, SZ
      Effect of tillage systems, N, and cover crop on the composition of weed flora

      WEED SCIENCE
    48. Borner, A; Korzun, V; Voylokov, AV; Weber, WE
      Detection of quantitative trait loci on chromosome 5R of rye (Secale cereale L.)

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    49. Benabdelmouna, A; Peltier, D; Humbert, C; Abirached-Darmency, M
      Southern and fluorescent in situ hybridization detect three RAPD-generatedPCR products useful as introgression markers in Petunia

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    50. Strand, A; Hurry, V; Henkes, S; Huner, N; Gustafsson, P; Gardestrom, P; Stitt, M
      Acclimation of Arabidopsis leaves developing at low temperatures. Increasing cytoplasmic volume accompanies increased activities of enzymes in the Calvin cycle and in the sucrose-biosynthesis pathway

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    51. Verhoeven, AS; Adams, WW; Demmig-Adams, B
      The xanthophyll cycle and acclimation of Pinus ponderosa and Malva neglecta to winter stress

      OECOLOGIA
    52. Lunn, JE; Furbank, RT
      Sucrose biosynthesis in C-4 plants

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    53. Andreasen, MF; Christensen, LP; Meyer, AS; Hansen, A
      Release of hydroxycinnamic and hydroxybenzoic acids in rye by commercial plant cell wall degrading enzyme preparations

      JOURNAL OF THE SCIENCE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE
    54. White, PJ; Ridout, MS
      An energy-barrier model for the permeation of monovalent and divalent cations through the maxi cation channel in the plasma membrane of rye roots

      JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE BIOLOGY
    55. Brijs, K; Bleukx, W; Delcour, JA
      Proteolytic activities in dormant rye (Secale cereale L.) grain

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY
    56. Bussemakers, A; Bos, I
      The effect of interplant distance on the effectiveness of honeycomb selection in spring rye. III. Accumulated results of five selection cycles

      EUPHYTICA
    57. Orzechowski, S; Socha-Hanc, J; Paszkowski, A
      Alanine aminotransferase and glycine aminotransferase from maize (Zea maysL.) leaves

      ACTA BIOCHIMICA POLONICA
    58. RUEGG WT; RICHNER W; STAMP P; FEIL B
      ACCUMULATION OF DRY-MATTER AND NITROGEN BY MINIMUM-TILLAGE SILAGE MAIZE PLANTED INTO WINTER COVER CROP RESIDUES

      European journal of agronomy
    59. RAPACZ M; JANOWIAK F
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-EFFECTS OF WINTER RAPE (BRASSICA-NAPUS VAR. OLEIFERA) PREHARDENING TO FROST - I - FROST-RESISTANCE AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS DURING COLD-ACCLIMATION

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    60. SPECHT CE; BORNER A
      AN INTERIM-REPORT ON A LONG-TERM STORAGE EXPERIMENT ON RYE (SECALE-CEREALE L) UNDER A RANGE OF TEMPERATURES AND ATMOSPHERES

      Genetic resources and crop evolution
    61. MAISTRENKO OI; EFREMOVA TT; SALINA EA; SHUMNYI VK
      DISCOVERY AND INVESTIGATION OF NONDISPLAY SP1 GENE OF RYE SPRING GROWTH HABIT IN 5R(5A) ALIEN SUBSTITUTION LINES OF WHEAT

      Doklady Akademii nauk. Rossijskaa akademia nauk
    62. WHITE PJ
      CALCIUM CHANNELS IN THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE OF ROOT-CELLS

      Annals of botany
    63. KUTSCHERA U; BETTE A
      IN GROWING EPIDERMAL-CELLS OF RYE COLEOPTILES MICROTUBULES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THE NUCLEI

      Journal of plant physiology
    64. KHANNA HK; RAINA SK
      GENOTYPE X CULTURE MEDIA INTERACTION EFFECTS ON REGENERATION RESPONSEOF 3 INDICA RICE CULTIVARS

      Plant cell, tissue and organ culture
    65. NIELSEN TH; KRAPP A; ROPERSCHWARZ U; STITT M
      THE SUGAR-MEDIATED REGULATION OF GENES ENCODING THE SMALL-SUBUNIT OF RUBISCO AND THE REGULATORY SUBUNIT OF ADP GLUCOSE PYROPHOSPHORYLASE ISMODIFIED BY PHOSPHATE AND NITROGEN

      Plant, cell and environment
    66. DEITING U; ZRENNER R; STITT M
      SIMILAR TEMPERATURE REQUIREMENT FOR SUGAR ACCUMULATION AND FOR THE INDUCTION OF NEW FORMS OF SUCROSE-PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE AND AMYLASE IN COLD-STORED POTATO-TUBERS

      Plant, cell and environment
    67. RAPACZ M
      THE AFTER-EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND IRRADIANCE DURING EARLY GROWTH OF WINTER OILSEED RAPE (BRASSICA-NAPUS L VAR OLEIFERA CV GORCZANSKI) SEEDLINGS ON THE PROGRESS OF THEIR COLD-ACCLIMATION

      Acta Physiologiae Plantarum
    68. Svec, M; Miklovicova, M; Caputa, F
      Chemically induced dwarf mutant line in triticale

      CEREAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    69. BORNER A; KORZUN V; POLLEY A; MALYSHEV S; MELZ G
      GENETICS AND MOLECULAR MAPPING OF A MALE-FERTILITY RESTORATION LOCUS (RFG1) IN RYE (SECALE-CEREALE L.)

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    70. VOYLOKOV AV; KORZUN V; BORNER A
      MAPPING OF 3 SELF-FERTILITY MUTATIONS IN RYE (SECALE-CEREALE L.) USING RFLP, ISOZYME AND MORPHOLOGICAL MARKERS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    71. GALLEGO FJ; LOPEZSOLANILLA E; FIGUEIRAS AM; BENITO C
      CHROMOSOMAL LOCATION OF PCR FRAGMENTS AS A SOURCE OF DNA MARKERS LINKED TO ALUMINUM TOLERANCE GENES IN RYE

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    72. KORZUN V; MALYSHEV S; KARTEL N; WESTERMANN T; WEBER WE; BORNER A
      A GENETIC-LINKAGE MAP OF RYE (SECALE-CEREALE L.)

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    73. Borner, A; Korzun, V
      A consensus linkage map of rye (Secale cereale L.) including 374 RFLPs, 24isozymes and 15 gene loci

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    74. WHITE PJ
      THE KINETICS OF QUININE BLOCKADE OF THE MAXI CATION CHANNEL IN THE PLASMA-MEMBRANE OF RYE ROOTS

      The journal of membrane biology
    75. WHITE PJ; RIDOUT MS
      THE ESTIMATION OF RAPID RATE CONSTANTS FROM CURRENT-AMPLITUDE FREQUENCY-DISTRIBUTIONS OF SINGLE-CHANNEL RECORDINGS

      The Journal of membrane biology
    76. HUTZLER P; FISCHBACH R; HELLER W; JUNGBLUT TP; REUBER S; SCHMITZ R; VEIT M; WEISSENBOCK G; SCHNITZLER JP
      TISSUE LOCALIZATION OF PHENOLIC-COMPOUNDS IN PLANTS BY CONFOCAL LASER-SCANNING MICROSCOPY

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    77. EGOROVA IA; VOILOKOV AV
      LOCALIZATION OF SELF-FERTILITY MUTATIONS AT THE S-LOCUS IN INBRED RYELINES FROM THE PETERHOFF GENETIC COLLECTION

      Genetika
    78. CASTONGUAY Y; NADEAU P
      ENZYMATIC CONTROL OF SOLUBLE CARBOHYDRATE ACCUMULATION IN COLD-ACCLIMATED CROWNS OF ALFALFA

      Crop science
    79. HOEFNAGEL MHN; ATKIN OK; WISKICH JT
      INTERDEPENDENCE BETWEEN CHLOROPLASTS AND MITOCHONDRIA IN THE LIGHT AND THE DARK

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    80. DONG FG; WILSON KG; MAKAROFF CA
      ANALYSIS OF THE 4 COX2 GENES FOUND IN TURNIP (BRASSICA-CAMPESTRIS, BRASSICACEAE) MITOCHONDRIA

      American journal of botany
    81. STRAND A; HURRY V; GUSTAFSSON P; GARDESTROM P
      DEVELOPMENT OF ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA LEAVES AT LOW-TEMPERATURES RELEASES THE SUPPRESSION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND PHOTOSYNTHETIC GENE-EXPRESSION DESPITE THE ACCUMULATION OF SOLUBLE CARBOHYDRATES

      Plant journal
    82. ZASADA IA; LINKER HM; COBLE HD
      INITIAL WEED DENSITIES AFFECT NO-TILLAGE WEED MANAGEMENT WITH A RYE (SECALE-CEREALE) COVER CROP

      Weed technology
    83. AN M; PRATLEY JE; HAIG T; JELLETT P
      GENOTYPIC VARIATION OF PLANT-SPECIES TO THE ALLELOPATHIC EFFECTS OF VULPIA RESIDUES

      Australian journal of experimental agriculture
    84. MARTINCIC J; GUBERAC V; MARIC S
      INFLUENCE OF WINTER RYE SEED SIZE (SECALE-CEREALE L) ON GERM AND ROOTLET LENGTH, AND GRAIN-YIELD

      Rostlinna vyroba
    85. MIEDANER T
      BREEDING WHEAT AND RYE FOR RESISTANCE TO FUSARIUM DISEASES

      Plant breeding
    86. DECKMYN G; IMPENS I
      THE RATIO UV-B PHOTOSYNTHETICALLY ACTIVE RADIATION (PAR) DETERMINES THE SENSITIVITY OF RYE TO INCREASED UV-B RADIATION

      Environmental and experimental botany
    87. BLUM U
      BENEFITS OF CITRATE OVER EDTA FOR EXTRACTING PHENOLIC-ACIDS FROM SOILS AND PLANT DEBRIS

      Journal of chemical ecology
    88. DUBCOVSKY J; ECHAIDE M; GIANCOLA S; ROUSSET M; LUO MC; JOPPA LR; DVORAK J
      SEED-STORAGE-PROTEIN LOCI IN RFLP MAPS OF DIPLOID, TETRAPLOID, AND HEXAPLOID WHEAT

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    89. KORZUN V; MALYSHEV S; VOYLOKOV A; BORNER A
      RFLP-BASED MAPPING OF 3 MUTANT LOCI IN RYE (SECALE-CEREALE L.) AND THEIR RELATION TO HOMOEOLOGOUS LOCI WITHIN THE GRAMINEAE

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    90. FRIEBE A; ROTH U; KUCK P; SCHNABL H; SCHULZ M
      EFFECTS OF 2,4-DIHYDROXY-1,4-BENZOXAZIN-3-ONES ON THE ACTIVITY OF PLASMA-MEMBRANE H-ATPASE()

      Phytochemistry
    91. BOUGOURD SM; JONES RN
      B-CHROMOSOMES - A PHYSIOLOGICAL ENIGMA

      New phytologist
    92. WHITE PJ
      THE REGULATION OF K-CEREALE L.) SEEDLINGS BY NEGATIVE FEEDBACK VIA THE K+ FLUX FROM SHOOT TO ROOT IN THE PHLOEM( INFLUX INTO ROOTS OF RYE (SECALE)

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    93. MARTINDALE W; LEEGOOD RC
      ACCLIMATION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS TO LOW-TEMPERATURE IN SPINACIA-OLERACEAL .2. EFFECTS OF NITROGEN SUPPLY

      Journal of Experimental Botany
    94. LINDELAURSEN I; VONBOTHMER R
      EFFECT OF RYE A-CHROMOSOME AND B-CHROMOSOME ON MEIOTIC ASSOCIATION OFHORDEUM-MARINUM SSP GUSSONEANUM (4X) CHROMOSOMES IN INTERGENERIC HYBRIDS

      Hereditas
    95. KLEIN M; MARTINOIA E; WEISSENBOCK G
      TRANSPORT OF LUCIFER YELLOW CH INTO PLANT VACUOLES - EVIDENCE FOR DIRECT ENERGIZATION OF A SULFONATED SUBSTANCE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DESIGN OF NEW MOLECULAR PROBES

      FEBS letters
    96. BICAR EH; DARVEY NL
      DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMPONENTS OF A CYTOPLASMIC MALE-STERILITY HYBRID SYSTEM IN RYE THROUGH ANTHER CULTURE

      Euphytica
    97. KESSAVALOU A; WALTERS DT
      WINTER RYE AS A COVER CROP FOLLOWING SOYBEAN UNDER CONSERVATION TILLAGE

      Agronomy journal
    98. SIWECKA MA
      PURIFICATION AND SOME PROPERTIES OF A NOVEL DSRNA DEGRADING NUCLEASE BOUND TO RYE GERM RIBOSOMES

      Acta Biochimica Polonica
    99. FRIEBE A; WIELAND I; SCHULZ M
      TOLERANCE OF AVENA-SATIVA TO THE ALLELOCHEMICAL BENZOXAZOLINONE - DEGRADATION OF BOA BY ROOT-COLONIZING BACTERIA

      Journal of Applied Botany
    100. BETTE A; KUTSCHERA U
      PIGMENT ACCUMULATION AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN DEVELOPING RYE COLEOPTILES

      Botanica acta


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