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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 07/2015, Volume 10, Issue 7
Ultraviolet radiation is known to be highly variable in aquatic ecosystems. It has been suggested that UV-exposed organisms may demonstrate enough phenotypic... 
ARCTIC DAPHNIA | SURVIVAL | B RADIATION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | ZOOPLANKTON | MUTATIONS | ULTRAVIOLET-RADIATION | DNA-REPAIR | MAGNA | REPRODUCTION | EXPOSURE
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PLoS ONE, 07/2015, Volume 10, Issue 7
Ultraviolet radiation is known to be highly variable in aquatic ecosystems. It has been suggested that UV-exposed organisms may demonstrate enough phenotypic... 
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