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Parasite identification, succession and infection pathways in perch fry (Perca fluviatilis) : new insights through a combined morphological and genetic approach

Parasite identification, succession and infection pathways in perch fry (Perca fluviatilis) : new insights through a combined morphological and genetic approach

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BEHRMANN-GODEL, Jasminca, 2013. Parasite identification, succession and infection pathways in perch fry (Perca fluviatilis) : new insights through a combined morphological and genetic approach. In: Parasitology. 140(04), pp. 509-520. ISSN 0031-1820. eISSN 1469-8161

@article{Behrmann-Godel2013-04Paras-21882, title={Parasite identification, succession and infection pathways in perch fry (Perca fluviatilis) : new insights through a combined morphological and genetic approach}, year={2013}, doi={10.1017/S0031182012001989}, number={04}, volume={140}, issn={0031-1820}, journal={Parasitology}, pages={509--520}, author={Behrmann-Godel, Jasminca} }

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