Ecological Significance of Sterols in Aquatic Food Webs

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MARTIN-CREUZBURG, Dominik, Eric von ELERT, 2009. Ecological Significance of Sterols in Aquatic Food Webs. In: ARTS …, Michael T., ed.. Lipids in aquatic ecosystems. New York:Springer, pp. 43-64. ISBN 978-0-387-88607-7

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