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The role of polysaccharidase enzymes in the organization of the fungal communities of a forest leaf litter



The role of polysaccharidase enzymes in the organization of the fungal communities of a forest leaf litter



Food Hydrocolloids 1(5-6): 519-520




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DOI: 10.1016/s0268-005x(87)80056-5


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