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Jannesari, M., A.M. Ghehsareh and J. Fallahzade, 2016. Response of tomato plant towards amino acid under salt stress in a greenhouse system. J. Environ. Sci. Technol., 9: 131-139.
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Peykanpour, E., A.M.undefined. Ghehsareh and J. Fallahzade, 2015. Effects of water ozonated and salinity on some properties of cucumber. J. Agron., 14: 170-174.
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