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Molecular investigation of genetic assimilation during the rapid adaptive radiations of East African cichlid fishes

Molecular investigation of genetic assimilation during the rapid adaptive radiations of East African cichlid fishes

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GUNTER, Helen M., Ralf F. SCHNEIDER, Immanuel KARNER, Christian STURMBAUER, Axel MEYER, 2017. Molecular investigation of genetic assimilation during the rapid adaptive radiations of East African cichlid fishes. In: Molecular Ecology. 26(23), pp. 6634-6653. ISSN 0962-1083. eISSN 1365-294X. Available under: doi: 10.1111/mec.14405

@article{Gunter2017-12Molec-41157, title={Molecular investigation of genetic assimilation during the rapid adaptive radiations of East African cichlid fishes}, year={2017}, doi={10.1111/mec.14405}, number={23}, volume={26}, issn={0962-1083}, journal={Molecular Ecology}, pages={6634--6653}, author={Gunter, Helen M. and Schneider, Ralf F. and Karner, Immanuel and Sturmbauer, Christian and Meyer, Axel} }

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