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Evidence for Wolbachia spp. in the estuarine isopod Sphaeroma rugicauda (Crustacea): a likely cytoplasmic sex ratio distorter


, : Evidence for Wolbachia spp. in the estuarine isopod Sphaeroma rugicauda (Crustacea): a likely cytoplasmic sex ratio distorter. Endocytobiosis and Cell Research. November; 103: 215-225


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