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Gene Expression Variation Resolves Species and Individual Strains among Coral-Associated Dinoflagellates within the Genus Symbiodinium

Gene Expression Variation Resolves Species and Individual Strains among Coral-Associated Dinoflagellates within the Genus Symbiodinium

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PARKINSON, John E., Sebastian BAUMGARTEN, Craig T. MICHELL, Iliana B BAUMS, Todd C. LAJEUNESSE, Christian R. VOOLSTRA, 2016. Gene Expression Variation Resolves Species and Individual Strains among Coral-Associated Dinoflagellates within the Genus Symbiodinium. In: Genome biology and evolution. Oxford University Press. 8(3), pp. 665-680. eISSN 1759-6653. Available under: doi: 10.1093/gbe/evw019

@article{Parkinson2016-02-11Expre-51456, title={Gene Expression Variation Resolves Species and Individual Strains among Coral-Associated Dinoflagellates within the Genus Symbiodinium}, year={2016}, doi={10.1093/gbe/evw019}, number={3}, volume={8}, journal={Genome biology and evolution}, pages={665--680}, author={Parkinson, John E. and Baumgarten, Sebastian and Michell, Craig T. and Baums, Iliana B and LaJeunesse, Todd C. and Voolstra, Christian R.} }

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