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Plants in aquatic ecosystems: current trends and future directions. / O’Hare, Matthew T.; Aguiar, Francisca C.; Asaeda, Takashi; Bakker, Elisabeth S.; Chambers, Patricia A.; Clayton, John S.; Elger, Arnaud; Ferreira, Teresa M.; Gross, Elisabeth M.; Gunn, Iain D.M. (Corresponding author); Gurnell, Angela M.; Hellsten, Seppo; Hofstra, Deborah E.; Li, Wei; Mohr, Silvia; Puijalon, Sara; Szoszkiewicz, Krzysztof; Willby, Nigel J.; Wood, Kevin A.

In: Hydrobiologia, Vol. 812, No. 1, 2018, p. 1-11.

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Harvard

O’Hare, MT, Aguiar, FC, Asaeda, T, Bakker, ES, Chambers, PA, Clayton, JS, Elger, A, Ferreira, TM, Gross, EM, Gunn, IDM, Gurnell, AM, Hellsten, S, Hofstra, DE, Li, W, Mohr, S, Puijalon, S, Szoszkiewicz, K, Willby, NJ & Wood, KA 2018, 'Plants in aquatic ecosystems: current trends and future directions' Hydrobiologia, vol. 812, no. 1, pp. 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-017-3190-7

APA

O’Hare, M. T., Aguiar, F. C., Asaeda, T., Bakker, E. S., Chambers, P. A., Clayton, J. S., ... Wood, K. A. (2018). Plants in aquatic ecosystems: current trends and future directions. Hydrobiologia, 812(1), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-017-3190-7

Vancouver

O’Hare MT, Aguiar FC, Asaeda T, Bakker ES, Chambers PA, Clayton JS et al. Plants in aquatic ecosystems: current trends and future directions. Hydrobiologia. 2018;812(1):1-11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-017-3190-7

Author

O’Hare, Matthew T. ; Aguiar, Francisca C. ; Asaeda, Takashi ; Bakker, Elisabeth S. ; Chambers, Patricia A. ; Clayton, John S. ; Elger, Arnaud ; Ferreira, Teresa M. ; Gross, Elisabeth M. ; Gunn, Iain D.M. ; Gurnell, Angela M. ; Hellsten, Seppo ; Hofstra, Deborah E. ; Li, Wei ; Mohr, Silvia ; Puijalon, Sara ; Szoszkiewicz, Krzysztof ; Willby, Nigel J. ; Wood, Kevin A. / Plants in aquatic ecosystems: current trends and future directions. In: Hydrobiologia. 2018 ; Vol. 812, No. 1. pp. 1-11.

BibTeX

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