Genetic Experimentation ~ Bibliography

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Givnish, T.J. (1997). “Adaptive Radiation and Molecular Systematics: Issues and Approaches”, pp. 1-54, in Molecular Evolution and Adaptive Radiation. (eds. Givnish, T.J. and Sytsma, K.J.). Cambridge U. Press

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