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Biological control of microdochium nivale


, : Biological control of microdochium nivale. Laux, W Mitteilungen Aus Der Biologischen Bundesanstalt Fuer Land- Und Forstwirtschaft Berlin-Dahlem, Heft 266 47 Deutsche Pflanzenschutz-Tagung; (Communications From The Federal Biological Institute For Agriculture And Forestry Berlin-Dahlem, No 266 Forty-Seventh German Plant Protection Convention); Berlin, Germany, October 1-5, Xxxix+515p Kommissionsverlag Paul Parey: Berlin, Germany Illus Paper 291


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