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Host-endophyte specificity in mycorrhizal infection of Hedysarum coronarium L



Host-endophyte specificity in mycorrhizal infection of Hedysarum coronarium L



Physiological and genetical aspects of mycorrhizae = Aspects physiologiques et genetiques des mycorhizes: proceedings of the 1st European Symposium on Mycorrhizae Dijon 1-5 July 1985: 554




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