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Observationson reproduction in Conochiloides coenobasis Skorikov and the establishment of a physiologic category of females new for the heterogonous rotifers

@inproceedings{Bogoslovskh1960ObservationsonRI,
  title={Observationson reproduction in Conochiloides coenobasis Skorikov and the establishment of a physiologic category of females new for the heterogonous rotifers},
  author={A. S. Bogoslovskh},
  year={1960}
}
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