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A 30 base pair region in the mitochondrial small subunit rRNA gene as a specific DNA probe for Verticillium dahliae


Phytopathology 82(10): 1145
A 30 base pair region in the mitochondrial small subunit rRNA gene as a specific DNA probe for Verticillium dahliae


Accession: 029588475



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