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Key to the identification of fungi found on market garden plants

, : Key to the identification of fungi found on market garden plants. Cle d' identification des champignons rencontres sur les plantes maraicheres: 83

This key is based on morphological characters visible to the naked eye, under a binocular microscope or using simple microscopic preparations. Dichotomic keys with the fewest possible technical terms are used to define certain forms.

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