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Studies on the Japanese species of Monilinia (Sclerotiniaceae)

Studies on the Japanese species of Monilinia (Sclerotiniaceae)

Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Hirosaki University (27): 30-109

The taxonomy of the 9 recorded Japanese M. spp. is presented. There is a key, and the life histories and host relations are described.

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