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Seasonal Stability in the Microbiomes of Temperate Gorgonians and the Red Coral Corallium rubrum Across the Mediterranean Sea

Seasonal Stability in the Microbiomes of Temperate Gorgonians and the Red Coral Corallium rubrum Across the Mediterranean Sea

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VAN DE WATER, Jeroen A. J. M., Christian R. VOOLSTRA, Cecile ROTTIER, Silvia COCITO, Andrea PEIRANO, Denis ALLEMAND, Christine FERRIER-PAGÈS, 2018. Seasonal Stability in the Microbiomes of Temperate Gorgonians and the Red Coral Corallium rubrum Across the Mediterranean Sea. In: Microbial ecology. Springer. 75(1), pp. 274-288. ISSN 0095-3628. eISSN 1432-184X. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00248-017-1006-y

@article{vandeWater2018-01Seaso-50712, title={Seasonal Stability in the Microbiomes of Temperate Gorgonians and the Red Coral Corallium rubrum Across the Mediterranean Sea}, year={2018}, doi={10.1007/s00248-017-1006-y}, number={1}, volume={75}, issn={0095-3628}, journal={Microbial ecology}, pages={274--288}, author={van de Water, Jeroen A. J. M. and Voolstra, Christian R. and Rottier, Cecile and Cocito, Silvia and Peirano, Andrea and Allemand, Denis and Ferrier-Pagès, Christine} }

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