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Efecto del riego en la fluctuación poblacional del ácaro del tomate (Aculops lycopersici massee)

@article{Galvn1989EfectoDR,
  title={Efecto del riego en la fluctuaci{\'o}n poblacional del {\'a}caro del tomate (Aculops lycopersici massee)},
  author={Moreno Galv{\'a}n and Thomas M. Perring and G Zarate de Lara and Celina Llanderal C{\'a}zares},
  journal={Agrociencia},
  year={1989},
  pages={153-165}
}
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