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Unmasking intraspecific variation in offspring responses to multiple environmental drivers

Overview of attention for article published in Marine Biology, July 2019
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Unmasking intraspecific variation in offspring responses to multiple environmental drivers
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Marine Biology, July 2019
DOI 10.1007/s00227-019-3560-y
Authors

Franziska Spitzner, Luis Giménez, Rebecca Meth, Steffen Harzsch, Gabriela Torres

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#11,895,074
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#1,999
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#149,378
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#27
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