Nutrient stress arrests tentacle growth in the coral model Aiptasia

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RÄDECKER, Nils, Jit Ern CHEN, Claudia POGOREUTZ, Marcela HERRERA, Manuel ARANDA, Christian R. VOOLSTRA, 2019. Nutrient stress arrests tentacle growth in the coral model Aiptasia. In: Symbiosis. 78(1), pp. 61-64. ISSN 0334-5114. eISSN 1878-7665. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s13199-019-00603-9

@article{Radecker2019-05Nutri-46310, title={Nutrient stress arrests tentacle growth in the coral model Aiptasia}, year={2019}, doi={10.1007/s13199-019-00603-9}, number={1}, volume={78}, issn={0334-5114}, journal={Symbiosis}, pages={61--64}, author={Rädecker, Nils and Chen, Jit Ern and Pogoreutz, Claudia and Herrera, Marcela and Aranda, Manuel and Voolstra, Christian R.} }

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