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Studies on the Associates of Conocephalum conicum L. (Dumort.) and Dumortiera hirsuta Sw. (Nees)

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Paper includes information on association of 46 populations of Conocephalum conicum L. (Dumort.) and 25 of Dumortiera hirsuta Sw. (Nees) with diverse organisms, including fungi, bryophytes, pteridophytes, gymnosperms, angiosperms and an insect.

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Iqbal, M. , Butt, F. , Langer, A. and Alam, A. (2011) Studies on the Associates of Conocephalum conicum L. (Dumort.) and Dumortiera hirsuta Sw. (Nees). American Journal of Plant Sciences, 2, 283-286. doi: 10.4236/ajps.2011.23031.

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