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Anthropogenic impact on the historical phytoplankton community of Lake Constance reconstructed by multimarker analysis of sediment-core environmental DNA

Anthropogenic impact on the historical phytoplankton community of Lake Constance reconstructed by multimarker analysis of sediment-core environmental DNA

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IBRAHIM, Anan, Eric CAPO, Martin WESSELS, Isabel MARTIN, Axel MEYER, David SCHLEHECK, Laura S. EPP, 2020. Anthropogenic impact on the historical phytoplankton community of Lake Constance reconstructed by multimarker analysis of sediment-core environmental DNA. In: Molecular Ecology. Wiley. ISSN 0962-1083. eISSN 1365-294X. Available under: doi: 10.1111/mec.15696

@article{Ibrahim2020-10-17Anthr-51434, title={Anthropogenic impact on the historical phytoplankton community of Lake Constance reconstructed by multimarker analysis of sediment-core environmental DNA}, year={2020}, doi={10.1111/mec.15696}, issn={0962-1083}, journal={Molecular Ecology}, author={Ibrahim, Anan and Capo, Eric and Wessels, Martin and Martin, Isabel and Meyer, Axel and Schleheck, David and Epp, Laura S.} }

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