[ James A. Shapiro ] James A. Shapiro

Secondary and tertiary symbioses

(Muscatine and Greene 1973; Fitt 2000; Green, Li et al. 2000; Nozaki, Matsuzaki et al. 2003; Armbrust, Berges et al. 2004; Nisbet, Kilian et al. 2004; Yoon, Hackett et al. 2005; Lane and Archibald 2008; Nagasaki 2008; Handeler, Grzymbowski et al. 2009; Moore and Archibald 2009; Sunagawa, Wilson et al. 2009; Bowler, Vardi et al. 2010; Ganot, Moya et al. 2011; Ganot, Moya et al. 2011; Kerney, Kim et al. 2011)




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