Fusarium: Diseases, Biology, and Taxonomy, P.E. Nelson, T.A. Toussoun, R.J. Cook (Eds.). The Pennsylvania State University Press, Pennsylvania (1981), Pp. 457. Price $39.50

@inproceedings{Subramanian1984FusariumDB,
  title={Fusarium: Diseases, Biology, and Taxonomy, P.E. Nelson, T.A. Toussoun, R.J. Cook (Eds.). The Pennsylvania State University Press, Pennsylvania (1981), Pp. 457. Price \$39.50},
  author={C. Subramanian},
  year={1984}
}
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