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Comparative biochemical composition of ploidy groups of the lion-paw scallop (Nodipecten subnodosus Sowerby) supports the physiological hypothesis for the lack of advantage in triploid mollusc’s growth in food-rich environments
Ilie S. Racotta, Elena Palacios, Ana M. Ibarra, José Luis Ramírez, Fabiola Arcos, Olivia Arjona
Marine Biology, January 2008, Springer Science + Business Media
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