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Studies on the passive dispersal of viable algae and protozoa by aquatic beetles and terrestrial beetles



Studies on the passive dispersal of viable algae and protozoa by aquatic beetles and terrestrial beetles



Dissertation Abstracts International B Sciences & Engineering 30(11): 5162-B




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