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Eukaryotes Citations

Sources we cite in Eukaryotes

1 Jovan, Sarah. Bioindication of Biodiversity, Air Quality, and Climate: Baseline Results From Monitoring in Washington, Oregon, and California. March 2008. United States Department of Agriculture.
2 Krogh, David. Biology. A Guide to the Natural World. 2009. Pearson Education Inc. San Francisco, CA
3 The US Dept. of Energy:
4 Harmon LJ (2012) An Inordinate Fondness for Eukaryotic Diversity. PLoS Biol 10(8): e1001382.
5 Orsi W, Biddle JF, Edgcomb V (2013) Deep Sequencing of Subseafloor Eukaryotic rRNA Reveals Active Fungi across Marine Subsurface Provinces. PLoS ONE 8(2): e56335.
6 The National Institute of Health Model Organisms:
7 The National Institute of Health Model Organisms:
8 Gutschner, Tony and Diederichs, Sven. The Hallmarks of Cancer: A Long Non-coding RNA Point of View. RNA Biology. June 2012. 9: 6, 703-719
9 Florencia Camus, M., Clancy, David J., Dowling, Damian K. Mitochondria, Maternal Inheritance, and Male Aging. Current Biology. August 2012. 22: 18 1717-1721.

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