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International study on Artemia. LX. Allozyme data suggest that a new Artemia population in southern Chile (50 degrees 29 ' S; 73 degrees 45 ' W) is A-persimilis.

(1999) HYDROBIOLOGIA. 405. p.117-123
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GAJARDO, G, C MERCADO, John Beardmore, and Patrick Sorgeloos. 1999. “International Study on Artemia. LX. Allozyme Data Suggest That a New Artemia Population in Southern Chile (50 Degrees 29  ’ S; 73 Degrees 45 ' W) Is A-persimilis.” Hydrobiologia 405: 117–123.
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GAJARDO, G., MERCADO, C., Beardmore, J., & Sorgeloos, P. (1999). International study on Artemia. LX. Allozyme data suggest that a new Artemia population in southern Chile (50 degrees 29  ’ S; 73 degrees 45 ' W) is A-persimilis. HYDROBIOLOGIA, 405, 117–123.
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GAJARDO G, MERCADO C, Beardmore J, Sorgeloos P. International study on Artemia. LX. Allozyme data suggest that a new Artemia population in southern Chile (50 degrees 29  ’ S; 73 degrees 45 ' W) is A-persimilis. HYDROBIOLOGIA. 1999;405:117–23.
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GAJARDO, G, C MERCADO, John Beardmore, et al. “International Study on Artemia. LX. Allozyme Data Suggest That a New Artemia Population in Southern Chile (50 Degrees 29  ’ S; 73 Degrees 45 ' W) Is A-persimilis.” HYDROBIOLOGIA 405 (1999): 117–123. Print.
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  author       = {GAJARDO, G and MERCADO, C and Beardmore, John and Sorgeloos, Patrick},
  issn         = {0018-8158},
  journal      = {HYDROBIOLOGIA},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {117--123},
  title        = {International study on Artemia. LX. Allozyme data suggest that a new Artemia population in southern Chile (50 degrees 29 ' S; 73 degrees 45 ' W) is A-persimilis.},
  volume       = {405},
  year         = {1999},
}

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