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Deuterophoma tracheiphila. [Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria].

@article{Punithalingam1973DeuterophomaT,
  title={Deuterophoma tracheiphila. [Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria].},
  author={Eliyathamby Punithalingam and Paul Holliday},
  journal={IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria},
  year={1973}
}
Molecular diagnostics to assess the progression of Phoma tracheiphila in Citrus aurantium seedlings and analysis of genetic diversity of isolates recovered from different citrus species in Tunisia.
SUMMARY This study was focused on the genetic diversity of a collection of Phoma tracheiphila isolates recovered from different orchards and host species in Tunisia. Knowledge of the sequences
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