Septal pore apparatus of the smut Ustacystis waldsteiniae

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BAUER, Robert, Kurt MENDGEN, Franz OBERWINKLER, 1995. Septal pore apparatus of the smut Ustacystis waldsteiniae. In: Mycologia. 87(1), pp. 18-24

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