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Hyphomycetes and Coelomycetes fungi isolated from affected leaves and twigs of cherry laurel trees

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  title={Hyphomycetes and Coelomycetes fungi isolated from affected leaves and twigs of cherry laurel trees},
  author={Sl{\'a}vka Bernadovi{\vc}ov{\'a} and Helena Ivanov{\'a}},
  year={2011}
}
BERNADOVIČOVÁ, S., IVANOVÁ, H. 2011. Hyphomycetes and Coelomycetes fungi isolated from affected leaves and twigs of cherry laurel trees. Folia oecol., 38: 137–145. The aim of this work was to identify fungi occurring on leaves and twigs of Prunus laurocerasus L. Mycological observations were carried out on leaves and twigs collected from symptomatic cherry laurels growing in green areas of the Nitra town from spring to autumn in 2009–2010. Six species of microscopic fungi were isolated and… 

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