Vol 70, No 2 (2019)
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“Champimer” project: investigation of fungal diversity at the air-water interface of maritime environment

Richard Pougnet123, Laurence Pougnet145, Solène Le Gal56, Brice Loddé127, Gilles Nevez56
Pubmed: 31237675
IMH 2019;70(2):140-141.

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