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Impact of multispores in vitro subcultivation of Glomus sp. MUCL 43194 (DAOM 197198) on vegetative compatibility and genetic diversity detected by AFLP.

Bibliographic reference Cardenas Flores, Antonio ; Draye, Xavier ; Bivort, Céline ; Cranenbrouck, Sylvie ; Declerck, Stephan. Impact of multispores in vitro subcultivation of Glomus sp. MUCL 43194 (DAOM 197198) on vegetative compatibility and genetic diversity detected by AFLP.. In: Mycorrhiza, Vol. 20, no. 6, p. 415-425 (2010)
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