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Differences in synaptic affinity of chromosome arms of Drosophila melanogaster revealed by differential sensitivity to translocation heterozygosity


, : Differences in synaptic affinity of chromosome arms of Drosophila melanogaster revealed by differential sensitivity to translocation heterozygosity. Genetics 71(3): 401-415


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