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Culture collection of wood-destroying fungi



Culture collection of wood-destroying fungi



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This catalogue comprises lists of c. 125 wood destroying fungal strs. in the Czechoslovak Collection held by the Wood Biology and Structure section of the State Forest Products Research Institute in Bratislava.

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