Morphological changes of cells ofescherichia coli caused by a phytoncide from onion

Морфологические изменения клеток escherichia титр, причиненный путем phytoncide из лука

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Vrba, M. Morphological changes of cells ofescherichia coli caused by a phytoncide from onion. Folia Microbiol 5, 198–200 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02931783

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Keywords

  • Inhibition Zone
  • Allium Cepa
  • CEPA
  • Phyton
  • Large Round