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Scientific expedition for the study of rodents to South East Asia and Oceania. 4. Comparative idiogram amalysis in several species belonging to genus Rattus collected from South East Asia and Oceania



Scientific expedition for the study of rodents to South East Asia and Oceania. 4. Comparative idiogram amalysis in several species belonging to genus Rattus collected from South East Asia and Oceania



Report National Institute of Genetics Japan, 19: 12-13




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