Una primera aproximación a la comprensión que tienen estudiantes universitarios en Chile de la Teoría de la Evolución

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  title={Una primera aproximaci{\'o}n a la comprensi{\'o}n que tienen estudiantes universitarios en Chile de la Teor{\'i}a de la Evoluci{\'o}n},
  author={Hern{\'a}n Cofr{\'e} and Claudia Vergara and David Santib{\'a}{\~n}ez and Juan Pablo Mari{\~n}o Jim{\'e}nez},
  year={2013}
}
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