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Genome-Based Analyses of Six Hexacorallian Species Reject the "Naked Coral" Hypothesis

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Genome-Based Analyses of Six Hexacorallian Species Reject the "Naked Coral" Hypothesis

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WANG, Xin, Guénola DRILLON, Taewoo RYU, Christian R. VOOLSTRA, Manuel ARANDA, 2017. Genome-Based Analyses of Six Hexacorallian Species Reject the "Naked Coral" Hypothesis. In: Genome biology and evolution. Oxford University Press. 9(10), pp. 2626-2634. eISSN 1759-6653. Available under: doi: 10.1093/gbe/evx196

@article{Wang2017Genom-50960, title={Genome-Based Analyses of Six Hexacorallian Species Reject the "Naked Coral" Hypothesis}, year={2017}, doi={10.1093/gbe/evx196}, number={10}, volume={9}, journal={Genome biology and evolution}, pages={2626--2634}, author={Wang, Xin and Drillon, Guénola and Ryu, Taewoo and Voolstra, Christian R. and Aranda, Manuel} }

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