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The Comparative Genomic Landscape of Adaptive Radiation in Crater Lake Cichlid Fishes

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The Comparative Genomic Landscape of Adaptive Radiation in Crater Lake Cichlid Fishes

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XIONG, Peiwen, C. Darrin HULSEY, Carmelo FRUCIANO, Wai Y. WONG, Alexander NATER, Andreas F. KAUTT, Oleg SIMAKOV, Shigehiro KURAKU, Axel MEYER, Paolo FRANCHINI, 2021. The Comparative Genomic Landscape of Adaptive Radiation in Crater Lake Cichlid Fishes. In: Molecular Ecology. Wiley. 30(4), pp. 955-972. ISSN 0962-1083. eISSN 1365-294X. Available under: doi: 10.1111/mec.15774

@article{Xiong2021-02Compa-52137, title={The Comparative Genomic Landscape of Adaptive Radiation in Crater Lake Cichlid Fishes}, year={2021}, doi={10.1111/mec.15774}, number={4}, volume={30}, issn={0962-1083}, journal={Molecular Ecology}, pages={955--972}, author={Xiong, Peiwen and Hulsey, C. Darrin and Fruciano, Carmelo and Wong, Wai Y. and Nater, Alexander and Kautt, Andreas F. and Simakov, Oleg and Kuraku, Shigehiro and Meyer, Axel and Franchini, Paolo} }

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