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Community composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with native plants growing in a petroleum-polluted soil of the Amazon region of Ecuador

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Bibliographic reference Garcés‐Ruiz, Mónica ; Senés-Guerrero, Carolina ; Declerck, Stephan ; Cranenbrouck, Sylvie. Community composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with native plants growing in a petroleum-polluted soil of the Amazon region of Ecuador. In: MicrobiologyOpen, , p. e00703 (2018)
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