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Spectral sensitivity in a fresh water gastrotrich lepidodermella squamatum


Experientia (Basel) 36(7): 830-831
Spectral sensitivity in a fresh water gastrotrich lepidodermella squamatum
Confronted with a series of alternative choices between environmental lights of different wavelengths, L. squamatum Dujardin (Gastrotricha) shows a selective sensitivity towards colored lights, especially blue, in preference to white light.


Accession: 006459858

DOI: 10.1007/bf01978596



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