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Williams MW, Rastetter EB, van der Pol L, Shaver GR. Arctic canopy photosynthetic efficiency enhanced under diffuse light, linked to a reduction in the fraction of the canopy in deep shade. New Phytologist. 2014 ;202(4):1267-1276.
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