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Polymorphous formulae of esterases and transferin of two perch (Perca fluviatilis L.) and roach (Rutilus rutilus L.) populations in the Piaseczno Reservoir (an inundated sulphur mine) and the Dobczyce Reservoir


A journal devoted to the study of water biology


Starmach, Janusz


Karol Starmach Institute of Freshwater Biology of the Polish Academy of Sciences ; Institute of Nature Conservation of the Polish Academy of Sciences

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24 cm ; ilustracja ; bibliografia na stronie 13

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water biology


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Bibl. IOP PAN, sygn. F 35, II 462/cz



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