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Nitrogen fixing mycobacteria and their role in the processes of biological fixation of nitrogen in soil



Nitrogen fixing mycobacteria and their role in the processes of biological fixation of nitrogen in soil



Mosk univ Biol pochv fakul Mikroorgan sel khoz Tr: ub 1970), 2 203-211




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