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Effect of aluminum toxicity and phosphorus deficiency on the growth and photosynthesis of oil tea (Camellia oleifera Abel.) seedlings in acidic red soils
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Effects of phosphorus supply on the quality of green tea
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Root release and metabolism of organic acids in tea plants in response to phosphorus supply
Journal of Plant Physiology Vol. 168, Issue 7, 644, 2011

Phosphate stresses affect ionome and metabolome in tea plants
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Effect of phosphorus concentration on the photochemical stability of PSII and CO2 assimilation in Pistacia vera L. and Pistacia atlantica Desf
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Mycorrhizas promote P acquisition of tea plants through changes in root morphology and P transporter gene expression
South African Journal of Botany

Differential transcriptomic changes in low-potassium sensitive and low-potassium tolerant tea plant (Camellia sinensis) genotypes under potassium deprivation
Scientia Horticulturae

Arsenic-rich geothermal fluids as environmentally hazardous materials – A global assessment
Science of The Total Environment

Phenolics metabolism in boron-deficient tea [<i>Camellia sinensis</i> (L.) O. Kuntze] plants
Acta Biologica Hungarica Vol. 64, Issue 2, 196, 2013


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