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Parasitic Fungi


OF these easily readable volumes one would need scarcely say any more than that the author deserves the highest praise and thanks of all mycologists and plant pathologists for assembling such a wealth of information about plant pathogens (bacteria and viruses are not included).

Les champignons parasites des plantes cultivées

Par Dr. G. Viennot-Bourgin. (Ouvrage publie avec le concours du Centre National de la Recherche scientifique.) Tome 1. Pp. xv + 756. Tome 2. Pp. 757–1,850. (Paris: Masson et Cie., 1949.) 2 vols., 6,000 francs.

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JONES, S. Parasitic Fungi. Nature 164, 808–809 (1949).

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