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The differential effects of cell wall-associated phenolics, cell walls, and cytosolic phenolics of host and non-host roots on the growth of two species of AM fungi
Version of Record online: 28 APR 2006
Volume 133, Issue 2, pages 289–294, June 1996
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DOUDS, D. D., NAGAHASHI, G. and ABNEY, G. D. (1996), The differential effects of cell wall-associated phenolics, cell walls, and cytosolic phenolics of host and non-host roots on the growth of two species of AM fungi. New Phytologist, 133: 289–294. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.1996.tb01896.x
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- (Received 27 July 1995; accepted 10 January 1996)
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