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Minireview: Pigmented corpuscles in the midgut gland of Pomacea canaliculata and other Neotropical apple-snails (Prosobranchia, Ampullariidae): A possible symbiotic association

A. Castro-Vazquez, E.A. Albrecht, I.A. Vega, E. Koch, C. Gamarra-Luques

Laboratory of Physiology (IHEM-CONICET), Department of Morphology and Physiology, School of Medicine, University of Cuyo, Casilla de Correo 33, M5500 Mendoza, Argentina

Corresponding Author: Alfredo Castro-Vázquez, Fax: (+54-261) 449 4117; E-mail: email / email

BIOCELL 2002, 26(Suppl.S), 101-109.

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Castro-Vazquez, A., Albrecht, E., Vega, I., Koch, E., , C.G. (2002). Minireview: pigmented corpuscles in the midgut gland of <i>pomacea canaliculata</i> and other neotropical apple-snails (prosobranchia, ampullariidae): A possible symbiotic association . BIOCELL, 26(Suppl.S), 101-109.
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Castro-Vazquez A, Albrecht E, Vega I, Koch E, CG. Minireview: pigmented corpuscles in the midgut gland of <i>pomacea canaliculata</i> and other neotropical apple-snails (prosobranchia, ampullariidae): A possible symbiotic association . BIOCELL . 2002;26(Suppl.S):101-109
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A. Castro-Vazquez, E. Albrecht, I. Vega, E. Koch, and C.G. "Minireview: Pigmented corpuscles in the midgut gland of <i>Pomacea canaliculata</i> and other Neotropical apple-snails (Prosobranchia, Ampullariidae): A possible symbiotic association ," BIOCELL , vol. 26, no. Suppl.S, pp. 101-109. 2002.



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