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The environmental temperature and physiological polymorphism of populations. 2. The relation of changes in the organismal heat reststance to its initial level during heat acclimation



The environmental temperature and physiological polymorphism of populations. 2. The relation of changes in the organismal heat reststance to its initial level during heat acclimation



Journal thermal Biol 21: 9-15




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