Coding of lateral line stimuli in the goldfish midbrain in still and running water

Engelmann J, Bleckmann H (2004)
Zoology 107(2): 135-151.

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Engelmann J, Bleckmann H. Coding of lateral line stimuli in the goldfish midbrain in still and running water. Zoology. 2004;107(2):135-151.
Engelmann, J., & Bleckmann, H. (2004). Coding of lateral line stimuli in the goldfish midbrain in still and running water. Zoology, 107(2), 135-151. doi:10.1016/j.zool.2004.04.001
Engelmann, J., and Bleckmann, H. (2004). Coding of lateral line stimuli in the goldfish midbrain in still and running water. Zoology 107, 135-151.
Engelmann, J., & Bleckmann, H., 2004. Coding of lateral line stimuli in the goldfish midbrain in still and running water. Zoology, 107(2), p 135-151.
J. Engelmann and H. Bleckmann, “Coding of lateral line stimuli in the goldfish midbrain in still and running water”, Zoology, vol. 107, 2004, pp. 135-151.
Engelmann, J., Bleckmann, H.: Coding of lateral line stimuli in the goldfish midbrain in still and running water. Zoology. 107, 135-151 (2004).
Engelmann, Jacob, and Bleckmann, Horst. “Coding of lateral line stimuli in the goldfish midbrain in still and running water”. Zoology 107.2 (2004): 135-151.
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