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Evolutionary morphology of the caudal musculoskeletal system in syngnathid fish: from swimming to prehension... in different ways

(2012) INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY. 52(suppl. 1). p.E2-E2
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Adriaens, Dominique, Céline Neutens, Joachim Christiaens, Denis Van Loo, Barbara De Kegel, Renaud Boistel, and Luc Van Hoorebeke. 2012. “Evolutionary Morphology of the Caudal Musculoskeletal System in Syngnathid Fish: From Swimming to Prehension... in Different Ways.” In Integrative and Comparative Biology, 52:E2–E2.
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Adriaens, Dominique, Neutens, C., Christiaens, J., Van Loo, D., De Kegel, B., Boistel, R., & Van Hoorebeke, L. (2012). Evolutionary morphology of the caudal musculoskeletal system in syngnathid fish: from swimming to prehension... in different ways. INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY (Vol. 52, pp. E2–E2). Presented at the 2012 Annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology.
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Adriaens D, Neutens C, Christiaens J, Van Loo D, De Kegel B, Boistel R, et al. Evolutionary morphology of the caudal musculoskeletal system in syngnathid fish: from swimming to prehension... in different ways. INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY. 2012. p. E2–E2.
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Adriaens, Dominique, Céline Neutens, Joachim Christiaens, et al. “Evolutionary Morphology of the Caudal Musculoskeletal System in Syngnathid Fish: From Swimming to Prehension... in Different Ways.” Integrative and Comparative Biology. Vol. 52. 2012. E2–E2. Print.
@inproceedings{4089077,
  author       = {Adriaens, Dominique and Neutens, C{\'e}line and Christiaens, Joachim and Van Loo, Denis and De Kegel, Barbara and Boistel, Renaud and Van Hoorebeke, Luc},
  booktitle    = {INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY},
  issn         = {1540-7063},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Charleston, SC, USA},
  number       = {suppl. 1},
  pages        = {E2--E2},
  title        = {Evolutionary morphology of the caudal musculoskeletal system in syngnathid fish: from swimming to prehension... in different ways},
  volume       = {52},
  year         = {2012},
}

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