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Daphnia populations are similar but not identical in tolerance to different protease inhibitors

Daphnia populations are similar but not identical in tolerance to different protease inhibitors

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SCHWARZENBERGER, Anke, Maja ILIĆ, Eric VON ELERT, 2021. Daphnia populations are similar but not identical in tolerance to different protease inhibitors. In: Harmful Algae. Elsevier. 106, 102062. ISSN 1568-9883. eISSN 1878-1470. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.hal.2021.102062

@article{Schwarzenberger2021-06Daphn-54373, title={Daphnia populations are similar but not identical in tolerance to different protease inhibitors}, year={2021}, doi={10.1016/j.hal.2021.102062}, volume={106}, issn={1568-9883}, journal={Harmful Algae}, author={Schwarzenberger, Anke and Ilić, Maja and von Elert, Eric}, note={Article Number: 102062} }

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