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Hevea brasiliensis and Urtica dioica impact the in vitro mycorrhization of neighbouring Medicago truncatula seedlings

Bibliographic reference Sosa Rodriguez, Tiffany ; Declerck, Stephan ; Granet, Francoise ; Gaurel, Sylvie ; Van Damme, Els J. M. ; et. al. Hevea brasiliensis and Urtica dioica impact the in vitro mycorrhization of neighbouring Medicago truncatula seedlings. In: Symbiosis, Vol. 60, no. 3, p. 123-132 (2013)
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