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Fotografía de siluetas aplicada en los estudios de crecimiento de Daphnia sp. y Cartia clausi

@inproceedings{Gonzlez1996FotografaDS,
  title={Fotograf{\'i}a de siluetas aplicada en los estudios de crecimiento de Daphnia sp. y Cartia clausi},
  author={Irene L. Montero Gonz{\'a}lez},
  year={1996}
}
Determinacion del crecimiento del cladocero de agua dulce Daphnia sp. del copepodo Acartia clausi -a varias concentraciones de alimento y temperatura- en terminos de talla corporal, empleando para ello la tecnica de fotografia de siluetas. 

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