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Body size, feeding and growth in Brachionus. Gaps of knowledge in the scenario of the multi-species complexes

AuthorsYúfera, Manuel
Issue DateNov-2012
Citation13th International Rotifer Symposium (2012)
AbstractThe sense of studies on Brachioonus changed notably in the XXI Century due to the description of the cryptic species complexes in the genera. Molecular techniques have allowed to distinguish new hidden taxonomic entities with independence of body size and morphology that traditionally have been used as a primary discriminating features within a given species.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado en el 13th International Rotifer Symposium (ROTIFERA XIII), celebrado en Shillong (India) del 18 al 24 de noviembre de 2014.
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