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Fatima, A., T. Ahmad, S.J. Khan, F. Deeba and N. Zaidi, 2011. Assessment of antibacterial activity of in vitro and in vivo grown garlic (allium sativum l.). Pak. J. Bot., 43: 3029-3033.
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