de la Rosa, Jorge A. Pérez; Amado, Georgina Vargas; López, Leticia Hernández; Trigueros Bañuelos, Azucena Gabriela; de Biología, Alumna
October 2011
Acta Botanica Mexicana;oct2011, Issue 97, p1
Academic Journal
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