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Coral life history and symbiosis: Functional genomic resources for two reef building Caribbean corals, Acropora palmata and Montastraea faveolata

By Jodi A Schwarz, Peter B Brokstein, Christian Voolstra, Astrid Y Terry, David J Miller, Alina M Szmant, Mary Alice Coffroth and Mónica Medina
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