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Identification and Culture of Armillaria mellea complex Associated with Root rot Disease of Korean Pine
Jae Mo Sung, Ju Young Cha, Yang Sup Kim
Plant Pathol J. 1989;5(3):317-327.   Published online September 30, 1989

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