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Non-native marine invertebrates are more tolerant towards environmental stress than taxonomically related native species: Results from a globally replicated study
Lenz, M.; da Gama, B.A.P.; Gerner, N.V.; Gobin, J.F.; Gröner, F.; Harry, A.; Jenkins, S.R.; Kraufvelin, P.; Mummelthei, C.; Sareyka, J.; Xavier, E.A.; Wahl, M. (2011). Non-native marine invertebrates are more tolerant towards environmental stress than taxonomically related native species: Results from a globally replicated study. Environ. Res. 111(7): 943-952. https://hdl.handle.net/10.1016/j.envres.2011.05.001
In: Environmental Research. Elsevier: Amsterdam. ISSN 0013-9351; e-ISSN 1096-0953, more
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Keywords
    Respiration
    Survival
Author keywords
    Stress tolerance; Native species; Non-native species

Authors  Top 
  • Lenz, M.
  • da Gama, B.A.P.
  • Gerner, N.V.
  • Gobin, J.F.
  • Gröner, F.
  • Harry, A.
  • Jenkins, S.R., more
  • Kraufvelin, P.
  • Mummelthei, C.
  • Sareyka, J.
  • Xavier, E.A.
  • Wahl, M.

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