ANNUAL PLANTS INCREASES IN THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS OF THE YEAR 2012
Journal Title: Current Trends in Natural Sciences - Year 2012, Vol 2, Issue 3
The present paper presents some aspects regarding the influence of climatic conditions on annual increases in some species. The goal for the achievement of the aim pursued was the determination of the length of the annual increases in the climatic conditions of the year 2012.
Authors and Affiliations
Carmen Lamban, Georgiana Popa, Gelu Corneanu
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How To Cite
Carmen Lamban, Georgiana Popa, Gelu Corneanu (2012). ANNUAL PLANTS INCREASES IN THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS OF THE YEAR 2012. Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 2(3), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-24959