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Tahat, M.M. and K. Sijam, 2010. Ralstoina solanacearum: The bacterial wilt causal agent. Asian J. Plant Sci., 9: 385-393.
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Tahat, M.M. and K. Sijam, 2012. Mycorrhizal fungi and abiotic environmental conditions relationship. Res. J. Environ. Sci., 6: 125-133.
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Tahat, M.M., K. Sijam and R. Othman, 2011. Bio-compartmental in vitro system for Glomus mosseae and Ralstonia solanacraum interaction. Int. J. Bot., 7: 295-299.
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