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Inheritance of 12 enzyme loci in hybrids of rana pipiens pipiens and rana pipiens berlandieri



Inheritance of 12 enzyme loci in hybrids of rana pipiens pipiens and rana pipiens berlandieri



American Zoologist 13(4): 1320




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