Increased temperature reduces the positive effect of sulfide-detoxification mutualism on Zostera noltii nutrient uptake and growth

J. De Fouw*, K. Rehlmeyer, M. Van Der Geest, A.J.P. Smolders, T. Van Der Heide

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