Invasive fish retain plasticity of naturally selected, but diverge in sexually selected traits. / Zhou, Linjun; Ouyang, Xu; Zhao, Yu; Gomes Silva, Guilherme; Segura-Muñoz, Susana Inés; Jourdan, Jonas; Riesch, Rudiger; Plath, Martin.

In: Science of The Total Environment, Vol. 811, 152386, 10.03.2022.

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Invasive fish retain plasticity of naturally selected, but diverge in sexually selected traits. / Zhou, Linjun; Ouyang, Xu; Zhao, Yu; Gomes Silva, Guilherme; Segura-Muñoz, Susana Inés; Jourdan, Jonas; Riesch, Rudiger; Plath, Martin.

In: Science of The Total Environment, Vol. 811, 152386, 10.03.2022.

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Zhou, L, Ouyang, X, Zhao, Y, Gomes Silva, G, Segura-Muñoz, SI, Jourdan, J, Riesch, R & Plath, M 2022, 'Invasive fish retain plasticity of naturally selected, but diverge in sexually selected traits', Science of The Total Environment, vol. 811, 152386. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.152386

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Zhou, L., Ouyang, X., Zhao, Y., Gomes Silva, G., Segura-Muñoz, S. I., Jourdan, J., Riesch, R., & Plath, M. (2022). Invasive fish retain plasticity of naturally selected, but diverge in sexually selected traits. Science of The Total Environment, 811, [152386]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.152386

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Zhou L, Ouyang X, Zhao Y, Gomes Silva G, Segura-Muñoz SI, Jourdan J et al. Invasive fish retain plasticity of naturally selected, but diverge in sexually selected traits. Science of The Total Environment. 2022 Mar 10;811. 152386. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.152386

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Zhou, Linjun ; Ouyang, Xu ; Zhao, Yu ; Gomes Silva, Guilherme ; Segura-Muñoz, Susana Inés ; Jourdan, Jonas ; Riesch, Rudiger ; Plath, Martin. / Invasive fish retain plasticity of naturally selected, but diverge in sexually selected traits. In: Science of The Total Environment. 2022 ; Vol. 811.

BibTeX

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