The D3-D5 region of large subunit ribosomal DNA provides good resolution of German limnic and terrestrial nematode communities

Schenk J, Hohberg K, Helder J, Ristau K, Traunspurger W (2017)
Nematology 19(7): 821-837.

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2017
Zeitschriftentitel
Nematology
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19
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7
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821-837
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1388-5545, 1568-5411
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Schenk J, Hohberg K, Helder J, Ristau K, Traunspurger W. The D3-D5 region of large subunit ribosomal DNA provides good resolution of German limnic and terrestrial nematode communities. Nematology. 2017;19(7):821-837.
Schenk, J., Hohberg, K., Helder, J., Ristau, K., & Traunspurger, W. (2017). The D3-D5 region of large subunit ribosomal DNA provides good resolution of German limnic and terrestrial nematode communities. Nematology, 19(7), 821-837. doi:10.1163/15685411-00003089
Schenk, J., Hohberg, K., Helder, J., Ristau, K., and Traunspurger, W. (2017). The D3-D5 region of large subunit ribosomal DNA provides good resolution of German limnic and terrestrial nematode communities. Nematology 19, 821-837.
Schenk, J., et al., 2017. The D3-D5 region of large subunit ribosomal DNA provides good resolution of German limnic and terrestrial nematode communities. Nematology, 19(7), p 821-837.
J. Schenk, et al., “The D3-D5 region of large subunit ribosomal DNA provides good resolution of German limnic and terrestrial nematode communities”, Nematology, vol. 19, 2017, pp. 821-837.
Schenk, J., Hohberg, K., Helder, J., Ristau, K., Traunspurger, W.: The D3-D5 region of large subunit ribosomal DNA provides good resolution of German limnic and terrestrial nematode communities. Nematology. 19, 821-837 (2017).
Schenk, Janina, Hohberg, Karin, Helder, Johannes, Ristau, Kai, and Traunspurger, Walter. “The D3-D5 region of large subunit ribosomal DNA provides good resolution of German limnic and terrestrial nematode communities”. Nematology 19.7 (2017): 821-837.