Evolutionary Origins and Functions of the Stress Response System

@inproceedings{Nesse2016EvolutionaryOA,
  title={Evolutionary Origins and Functions of the Stress Response System},
  author={Randolph M. Nesse and S. Bhatnagar and Bruce J. Ellis},
  year={2016}
}

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