Signal and nutrient exchange at biotrophic plant fungus interfaces

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HAHN, Matthias, Kurt MENDGEN, 2001. Signal and nutrient exchange at biotrophic plant fungus interfaces. In: Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 4(4), pp. 322-327. ISSN 1369-5266. eISSN 1879-0356

@article{Hahn2001Signa-7982, title={Signal and nutrient exchange at biotrophic plant fungus interfaces}, year={2001}, number={4}, volume={4}, issn={1369-5266}, journal={Current Opinion in Plant Biology}, pages={322--327}, author={Hahn, Matthias and Mendgen, Kurt} }

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