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Only a Few Fungal Species Dominate Highly Diverse Mycofloras Associated with the Common Reed

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NEUBERT, Karin, Kurt MENDGEN, Henner BRINKMANN, Stefan G. R. WIRSEL, 2006. Only a Few Fungal Species Dominate Highly Diverse Mycofloras Associated with the Common Reed. In: Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 72(2), pp. 1118-1128. ISSN 0099-2240. Available under: doi: 10.1128/AEM.72.2.1118-1128.2006

@article{Neubert2006Funga-8647, title={Only a Few Fungal Species Dominate Highly Diverse Mycofloras Associated with the Common Reed}, year={2006}, doi={10.1128/AEM.72.2.1118-1128.2006}, number={2}, volume={72}, issn={0099-2240}, journal={Applied and Environmental Microbiology}, pages={1118--1128}, author={Neubert, Karin and Mendgen, Kurt and Brinkmann, Henner and Wirsel, Stefan G. R.} }

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