Biochemical and Immunological Taxonomy of Animals

@inproceedings{Wright1974BiochemicalAI,
  title={Biochemical and Immunological Taxonomy of Animals},
  author={Christopher Amyas Wright},
  year={1974}
}
Characterization of marine luminous bacteria isolated off the Coast of China and description ofVibrio orientalis sp. nov.
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    Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
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By studying and comparing the lenses of present-day vertebrates the authors can hope to obtain information about the evolutionary changes that have taken place in structure and composition of the lens, and at the same time provide data that can be used to infer phylogenetic relationships between the compared species.