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Chemical signals involved in attachment, settlement, and metamorphosis of marine invertebrate, and their application on marine sessile organisms


, : Chemical signals involved in attachment, settlement, and metamorphosis of marine invertebrate, and their application on marine sessile organisms. Journal of Pesticide Science 21(1): 91-96


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