Analysis of the genetically tractable crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis reveals the organisation of a sensory system for low-resolution vision


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Ramos, Gustafsson, Labert, Salecker, Nilsson, Averof
BMC Biology, vol. 17, 2019, p. 67

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Ramos, Gustafsson, Labert, Salecker, Nilsson, & Averof. (2019). Analysis of the genetically tractable crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis reveals the organisation of a sensory system for low-resolution vision. BMC Biology, 17, 67.

Chicago/Turabian
Ramos, Gustafsson, Labert, Salecker, Nilsson, and Averof. “Analysis of the Genetically Tractable Crustacean Parhyale Hawaiensis Reveals the Organisation of a Sensory System for Low-Resolution Vision.” BMC Biology 17 (2019): 67.

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Ramos, et al. “Analysis of the Genetically Tractable Crustacean Parhyale Hawaiensis Reveals the Organisation of a Sensory System for Low-Resolution Vision.” BMC Biology, vol. 17, 2019, p. 67.