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Crossing of potato stem nematode ditylenchus destructor with nematodes ditylenchus dipsaci from parsley and parsnip



Crossing of potato stem nematode ditylenchus destructor with nematodes ditylenchus dipsaci from parsley and parsnip



Biologicheskie Nauki (Moscow) 18(10): 118-120




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