NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Donato, D.M., N. Hiramatsu, K.M. Arey, K. Hiramatsu, A.M. Kennedy, C.L. Morton, A. Hara, and C.V. Sullivan. 2003. Atresia in temperate basses: cloning of hatching enzyme (choriolysin) homologues from atretic ovaries. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 28(1-4):329-330.
Reference Number: 20501
Type: Journal Article
Author: Donato, D.M., N. Hiramatsu, K.M. Arey, K. Hiramatsu, A.M. Kennedy, C.L. Morton, A. Hara, and C.V. Sullivan
Date (year): 2003
Article Title:Atresia in temperate basses: cloning of hatching enzyme (choriolysin) homologues from atretic ovaries.
Journal Name: Fish Physiology and Biochemistry
Keywords: white perch, Morone americana, ballast water
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