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Botrytis cinerea, noble rot on grape berries. IV. Comparison of extracellular proteins and enzymes isolated from five different cultivation media from Botrytis cinerea CBS 144.55 and investigations of intracellular proteins from Botrytis cinerea CBS 144.55



Botrytis cinerea, noble rot on grape berries. IV. Comparison of extracellular proteins and enzymes isolated from five different cultivation media from Botrytis cinerea CBS 144.55 and investigations of intracellular proteins from Botrytis cinerea CBS 144.55



Chemie Mikrobiologie Technologie der Lebensmittel 5(6): 189-192




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