Avian introgression in the genomic era

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OTTENBURGHS, Jente, Robert H.S. KRAUS, Pim VAN HOOFT, Sipke E. VAN WIEREN, Ronald C. YDENBERG, Herbert H.T. PRINS, 2017. Avian introgression in the genomic era. In: Avian Research. 8, 30. eISSN 2053-7166. Available under: doi: 10.1186/s40657-017-0088-z

@article{Ottenburghs2017-12Avian-41221, title={Avian introgression in the genomic era}, year={2017}, doi={10.1186/s40657-017-0088-z}, volume={8}, journal={Avian Research}, author={Ottenburghs, Jente and Kraus, Robert H.S. and van Hooft, Pim and van Wieren, Sipke E. and Ydenberg, Ronald C. and Prins, Herbert H.T.}, note={Article Number: 30} }

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