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Long-distance dispersal of mycorrhizal fungi: a comparison of vectors of vam and ectomycorrhizal fungi from predictable versus unpredictable habitats

Long-distance dispersal of mycorrhizal fungi: a comparison of vectors of vam and ectomycorrhizal fungi from predictable versus unpredictable habitats

17th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology and seventh Conference on Biometeorology and Aerobiology May 21-24-1985 Scottsdale Ariz: preprint volume sponsored by the American Meteorological Society: 295

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