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Macro and Trace Elements in Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) Breeds in Latvia Depending on Variety, Environment, and Agricultural Practice

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Mineral Nutrition of Young Ash in Latvia

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Assimilation of Selenium, Copper, and Zinc in Rye Malt

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Macro-Elements and Trace Elements in Cereal Grains Cultivated in Latvia

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Sea Buckthorn Vegetative Parts – A Good Source of Bioactive Compounds

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Sediment quality of the ecoregion Engure, Gulf of Riga, assessed by using ecotoxicity tests and biomarker responses

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Physiology and Biochemistry of the Tobacco Plant. 2. Physiological Malfunctions: Mineral Nutrients - Physiologie und Biochemie der Tabakpflanze: 2. PhysiologischeStörungen: Mineralstoffe

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Nutrient Concentration Changes in Oriental Kabakulak Tobacco during the Growing Season

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Study of Growing Flue-cured Tobacco in Croatia under Various Conditions of Irrigation and Nitrogen Nutrition

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The Chemical Components Identified in Tobacco and Tobacco Smoke Prior to 1954: A Chronology of Classical Chemistry

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