Receipt of Seminal Fluid Proteins Causes Reduction of Male Investment in a Simultaneous Hermaphrodite

Nakadera Y, Swart E M, Hoffer J NA, den Boon O, Ellers J, Koene J M (2014)
Current Biology 24(8): 859-862.

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Nakadera Y, Swart E M, Hoffer J NA, den Boon O, Ellers J, Koene J M. Receipt of Seminal Fluid Proteins Causes Reduction of Male Investment in a Simultaneous Hermaphrodite. Current Biology. 2014;24(8):859-862.
Nakadera, Y., Swart, E.  M., Hoffer, J.  N. A., den Boon, O., Ellers, J., & Koene, J.  M. (2014). Receipt of Seminal Fluid Proteins Causes Reduction of Male Investment in a Simultaneous Hermaphrodite. Current Biology, 24(8), 859-862. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2014.02.052
Nakadera, Y., Swart, E.  M., Hoffer, J.  N. A., den Boon, O., Ellers, J., and Koene, J.  M. (2014). Receipt of Seminal Fluid Proteins Causes Reduction of Male Investment in a Simultaneous Hermaphrodite. Current Biology 24, 859-862.
Nakadera, Y., et al., 2014. Receipt of Seminal Fluid Proteins Causes Reduction of Male Investment in a Simultaneous Hermaphrodite. Current Biology, 24(8), p 859-862.
Y. Nakadera, et al., “Receipt of Seminal Fluid Proteins Causes Reduction of Male Investment in a Simultaneous Hermaphrodite”, Current Biology, vol. 24, 2014, pp. 859-862.
Nakadera, Y., Swart, E. M., Hoffer, J. N.A., den Boon, O., Ellers, J., Koene, J. M.: Receipt of Seminal Fluid Proteins Causes Reduction of Male Investment in a Simultaneous Hermaphrodite. Current Biology. 24, 859-862 (2014).
Nakadera, Yumi, Swart, Elferra M., Hoffer, Jeroen N.A., den Boon, Onno, Ellers, Jacintha, and Koene, Joris M. “Receipt of Seminal Fluid Proteins Causes Reduction of Male Investment in a Simultaneous Hermaphrodite”. Current Biology 24.8 (2014): 859-862.

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