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The availability of microorganisms attached to sediment as food for some marine deposit-feeding molluscs, with notes on microbial detachment due to the crystalline style
Lopez, G.R. (1980). The availability of microorganisms attached to sediment as food for some marine deposit-feeding molluscs, with notes on microbial detachment due to the crystalline style, in: Tenore, K.R. et al. (Ed.) Marine benthic dynamics: 11th Belle W. Baruch Symposium in Marine Science, Georgetown (SC), April, 1979. The Belle W. Baruch Library in Marine Science, 11: pp. 387-405
In: Tenore, K.R.; Coull, B.C. (Ed.) (1980). Marine benthic dynamics: 11th Belle W. Baruch Symposium in Marine Science, Georgetown (SC), April, 1979. The Belle W. Baruch Library in Marine Science, 11. University of South Carolina Press: Columbia. ISBN 0-87249-401-2. XVII, 451 pp., more
In: The Belle W. Baruch Library in Marine Science. University of South Carolina Press: Columbia. ISSN 0361-4360, more
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Keywords
    Attachment organs; Microorganisms; Gastropoda [WoRMS]; Ilyanassa obsoleta (Say, 1822) [WoRMS]; Mollusca [WoRMS]; Prosobranchia [WoRMS]; Marine

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