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In vivo observation of conidial germination at the oxic-anoxic interface and infection of submerged reed roots by Microdochium bolleyi

In vivo observation of conidial germination at the oxic-anoxic interface and infection of submerged reed roots by Microdochium bolleyi

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DAMM, Ulrike, Andreas BRUNE, Kurt MENDGEN, 2003. In vivo observation of conidial germination at the oxic-anoxic interface and infection of submerged reed roots by Microdochium bolleyi. In: FEMS Microbiol Ecology. 45(3), pp. 293-299. eISSN 1574-6941. Available under: doi: 10.1016/S0168-6496(03)00161-2

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