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Algal Phenotypic Plasticity: its Importance in Developing New Concepts The Case for Scenedesmus
Algae. 1997;12(3):147-157.

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PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY IN SCENEDESMUS COMMUNIS HEGEW. (CHLOROPHYCEAE). II. EXAMPLES OF ALGAL CYCLO- AND NONCYCLOMORPHOSIS
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Phenotypic Plasticity of the Size at First Reproduction in Daphnia: The Importance of Maternal Size
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