A list of fungi and plant parasitic bacteria, viruses and nematodes in Fiji. by I. D. Firman

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Published by Commonwealth Mycological Institute in Kew, Surrey, Eng .

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  • Plant diseases -- Fiji.

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Bibliography: p. 35-36.

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SeriesPhytopathological papers -- no. 15.
The Physical Object
Pagination36 p.
Number of Pages36
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Open LibraryOL16591932M
ISBN 100851982638
OCLC/WorldCa474304913

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