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Gibberellins and other biologically active substances produced by microorganisms



Gibberellins and other biologically active substances produced by microorganisms



Sakaguchi, K , T Uemura And S Kinoshita (Ed ) Biochemical And Industrial Aspects Of Fermentation Xii+356p Illus Kodansha Ltd : Tokyo, Japan 155-173




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