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Studies in wood decay VIII The effect of the addition of dextrose and dextrose and asparagine on the rate of decay of Norway pine sapwood by Lenzites trabea and Lentinus lepideus


Studies in wood decay VIII The effect of the addition of dextrose and dextrose and asparagine on the rate of decay of Norway pine sapwood by Lenzites trabea and Lentinus lepideus



American Journal of Botany 25(6): 443-448



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