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Virus fungus interactions - A review


, : Virus fungus interactions - A review. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 10(1): 7-11

The topics reviewed include the effects of virus infection of plants on root exudation; of virus infection on fungus infection and vice versa; and root exudates and their effects on microorganisms.


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