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Spatio-temporal variation of zooplankton community structure in tropical urban waterbodies along trophic and urban gradients

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Title
Spatio-temporal variation of zooplankton community structure in tropical urban waterbodies along trophic and urban gradients
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Ecological Processes, November 2019
DOI 10.1186/s13717-019-0196-2
Authors

Siti Balqis Abd. Razak, Zati Sharip

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#11,155,606
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