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Regulation of growth of nurse nuclei in the development of egg follicles in cecidomyiidae diptera mikiola fagi boucheella artemisiae dna rna endomitosis






Chromosoma (Berlin) 25(4): 429-469

Regulation of growth of nurse nuclei in the development of egg follicles in cecidomyiidae diptera mikiola fagi boucheella artemisiae dna rna endomitosis



Accession: 006288307



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