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Tooth shape differences analyzed by biometric and morphometric approaches: A case study on two morphologically very similar lacustrine cichlid species.

Kristel Wautier (UGent) , Ann Huysseune (UGent) and E VERHEYEN
(2002) CONNECTIVE TISSUE RESEARCH. 43(2-3). p.103-108
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Wautier, Kristel, Ann Huysseune, and E VERHEYEN. 2002. “Tooth Shape Differences Analyzed by Biometric and Morphometric Approaches: A Case Study on Two Morphologically Very Similar Lacustrine Cichlid Species.” Connective Tissue Research 43 (2-3): 103–108.
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Wautier, K., Huysseune, A., & VERHEYEN, E. (2002). Tooth shape differences analyzed by biometric and morphometric approaches: A case study on two morphologically very similar lacustrine cichlid species. CONNECTIVE TISSUE RESEARCH, 43(2-3), 103–108.
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Wautier K, Huysseune A, VERHEYEN E. Tooth shape differences analyzed by biometric and morphometric approaches: A case study on two morphologically very similar lacustrine cichlid species. CONNECTIVE TISSUE RESEARCH. 2002;43(2-3):103–8.
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Wautier, Kristel, Ann Huysseune, and E VERHEYEN. “Tooth Shape Differences Analyzed by Biometric and Morphometric Approaches: A Case Study on Two Morphologically Very Similar Lacustrine Cichlid Species.” CONNECTIVE TISSUE RESEARCH 43.2-3 (2002): 103–108. Print.
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  author       = {Wautier, Kristel and Huysseune, Ann and VERHEYEN, E},
  issn         = {0300-8207},
  journal      = {CONNECTIVE TISSUE RESEARCH},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2-3},
  pages        = {103--108},
  title        = {Tooth shape differences analyzed by biometric and morphometric approaches: A case study on two morphologically very similar lacustrine cichlid species.},
  volume       = {43},
  year         = {2002},
}

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