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International Study on Artemia .57. Morphological and molecular characters suggest conspecificity of all bisexual European and North African Artemia populations.

(1997) MARINE BIOLOGY. 129(3). p.477-487
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TRIANTAPHYLLIDIS, GV, Godelieve Criel, TJ ABATZOPOULOS, KM THOMAS, J PELEMAN, John Beardmore, and Patrick Sorgeloos. 1997. “International Study on Artemia .57. Morphological and Molecular Characters Suggest Conspecificity of All Bisexual European and North African Artemia Populations.” Marine Biology 129 (3): 477–487.
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TRIANTAPHYLLIDIS, G., Criel, G., ABATZOPOULOS, T., THOMAS, K., PELEMAN, J., Beardmore, J., & Sorgeloos, P. (1997). International Study on Artemia .57. Morphological and molecular characters suggest conspecificity of all bisexual European and North African Artemia populations. MARINE BIOLOGY, 129(3), 477–487.
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TRIANTAPHYLLIDIS G, Criel G, ABATZOPOULOS T, THOMAS K, PELEMAN J, Beardmore J, et al. International Study on Artemia .57. Morphological and molecular characters suggest conspecificity of all bisexual European and North African Artemia populations. MARINE BIOLOGY. 1997;129(3):477–87.
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TRIANTAPHYLLIDIS, GV, Godelieve Criel, TJ ABATZOPOULOS, et al. “International Study on Artemia .57. Morphological and Molecular Characters Suggest Conspecificity of All Bisexual European and North African Artemia Populations.” MARINE BIOLOGY 129.3 (1997): 477–487. Print.
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  author       = {TRIANTAPHYLLIDIS, GV and Criel, Godelieve and ABATZOPOULOS, TJ and THOMAS, KM and PELEMAN, J and Beardmore, John and Sorgeloos, Patrick},
  issn         = {0025-3162},
  journal      = {MARINE BIOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {477--487},
  title        = {International Study on Artemia .57. Morphological and molecular characters suggest conspecificity of all bisexual European and North African Artemia populations.},
  volume       = {129},
  year         = {1997},
}