Comparative hematology: The phylogeny of the erythrocyte

@article{Scott2005ComparativeHT,
  title={Comparative hematology: The phylogeny of the erythrocyte},
  author={Robert B. Scott},
  journal={Blut},
  year={2005},
  volume={12},
  pages={340-351}
}
SummaryThe phylogeny of the erythrocyte from the protozoa to the mammalian is shown.ZusammenfassungDie Entwicklung des Erythrozyten von den Protozoen bis zu den Säugetieren wird wird beschrieben. 

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