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Laboratory cultivation of licea alexopouli

Laboratory cultivation of licea alexopouli

Mycologia 68(2): 370-376

The study represents only the 2nd species in the genus Licea reported to have completed its life cycle on an artificial medium. Maintenance of pH appeared to be partially responsible for the success of cultivation.

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DOI: 10.2307/3759007

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