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Effect of fungicides and temperature on in vitro growth of geotrichum candidum penicillium digitatum and penicillium italicum



Effect of fungicides and temperature on in vitro growth of geotrichum candidum penicillium digitatum and penicillium italicum



Phytopathology 71(8): 882




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