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Tillit, D.E., S.C. Riley, A.N. Evans, S.J. Nichols, J.L. Zajicek, J. Rinchard, C.A. Richter, and C.C. Krueger. 2009. Dreissenid mussels from the Great Lakes contain elevated thiaminase activity. Journal of Great Lakes Research 35:309-312.
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Reference Number: 24611
Type: Journal Article
Author: Tillit, D.E., S.C. Riley, A.N. Evans, S.J. Nichols, J.L. Zajicek, J. Rinchard, C.A. Richter, and C.C. Krueger.
Date (year): 2009
Article Title:Dreissenid mussels from the Great Lakes contain elevated thiaminase activity.
Journal Name: Journal of Great Lakes Research
Volume: 35
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Pages: 309-312
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Keywords: zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha, Dreissena rostriformis bugensis, quagga mussel
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