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Possible role of manganese in the relation between gaeumannomyces graminis var tritici and fluorescent pseudomonas in the development of take all



Possible role of manganese in the relation between gaeumannomyces graminis var tritici and fluorescent pseudomonas in the development of take all



Beemster, A B R , Et Al (Ed ) Developments in Agricultural And Managed-Forest Ecology, Vol 23 Biotic Interactions And Soil-Borne Diseases; First Conference Of The European Foundation For Plant Pathology, Wageningen, Netherlands, February 26-March 2, 1990 Xvii+428p Elsevier Science Publishers B V : Amsterdam, Netherlands; (Dist in The Usa And Canada By Elsevier Science Publishing Co , Inc : New York, New York, Usa) Illus 284




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