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Transient Leadership and Collective Cell Movement in Early Diverged Multicellular Animals

Transient Leadership and Collective Cell Movement in Early Diverged Multicellular Animals

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DAVIDESCU, Mircea, Iain COUZIN, 2014. Transient Leadership and Collective Cell Movement in Early Diverged Multicellular Animals

@unpublished{Davidescu2014Trans-31015, title={Transient Leadership and Collective Cell Movement in Early Diverged Multicellular Animals}, year={2014}, author={Davidescu, Mircea and Couzin, Iain} }

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