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Contributions to the knowledge of the spread and host range of plant pathogenic fungi

Contributions to the knowledge of the spread and host range of plant pathogenic fungi

Nova Hedwigia 45(3-4): 383-388

Plant pathogenic fungi collected in the Ukraine and Bashkir ASSR of the USSR and in Argentina and Chile are listed.

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