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Mitochondrial and nuclear rRNA based copepod phylogeny with emphasis on the Euchaetidae (Calanoida)

Mitochondrial and nuclear rRNA based copepod phylogeny with emphasis on the Euchaetidae (Calanoida)

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BRAGA, Elizabeth, Rafael ZARDOYA, Axel MEYER, Jeannette YEN, 1999. Mitochondrial and nuclear rRNA based copepod phylogeny with emphasis on the Euchaetidae (Calanoida). In: Marine Biology. 133(1), pp. 79-90. ISSN 0025-3162. eISSN 1432-1793. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s002270050445

@article{Braga1999Mitoc-6635, title={Mitochondrial and nuclear rRNA based copepod phylogeny with emphasis on the Euchaetidae (Calanoida)}, year={1999}, doi={10.1007/s002270050445}, number={1}, volume={133}, issn={0025-3162}, journal={Marine Biology}, pages={79--90}, author={Braga, Elizabeth and Zardoya, Rafael and Meyer, Axel and Yen, Jeannette} }

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