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Response of intertidal benthic microalgal biofilms to a coupled light-temperature stress : evidence for latitudinal adaptation along the Atlantic coast of Southern Europe

Response of intertidal benthic microalgal biofilms to a coupled light-temperature stress : evidence for latitudinal adaptation along the Atlantic coast of Southern Europe

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LAVIALE, Martin, Alexandre BARNETT, Joao EZEQUIEL, Bernard LEPETIT, Silja FRANKENBACH, Vona MÉLÉDER, Joao SERODIO, Johann LAVAUD, 2015. Response of intertidal benthic microalgal biofilms to a coupled light-temperature stress : evidence for latitudinal adaptation along the Atlantic coast of Southern Europe. In: Environmental microbiology. 17(10), pp. 3662-3677. ISSN 1462-2912. eISSN 1462-2920. Available under: doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.12728

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