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Host-parasite interaction as a potential population-regulating mechanism



Host-parasite interaction as a potential population-regulating mechanism



Ecology (Washington D C): 605: 884-890



The impact of a given conc. of Candida humicola cells varied inversely with the size of Green frog tadpole (Rana clamitans).

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DOI: 10.2307/1936856



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