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Dominant and Subordinate Relationship Formed by Repeated Social Encounters Alters Gut Microbiota in Greater Long-Tailed Hamsters
Source PublicationMicrobial Ecology
2020
Issue79Pages:998-1010
Zhao JD(赵吉东); Li GL(李国梁); Lu W(鲁伟); Huang SL(黄淑丽); Zhang ZB(张知彬)
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ioz.ac.cn/handle/000000/14948
Collection农业虫害鼠害综合治理研究国家重点实验室
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Zhao JD,Li GL,Lu W,et al. Dominant and Subordinate Relationship Formed by Repeated Social Encounters Alters Gut Microbiota in Greater Long-Tailed Hamsters[J]. Microbial Ecology,2020(79):998-1010.
APA 赵吉东,李国梁,鲁伟,黄淑丽,&张知彬.(2020).Dominant and Subordinate Relationship Formed by Repeated Social Encounters Alters Gut Microbiota in Greater Long-Tailed Hamsters.Microbial Ecology(79),998-1010.
MLA 赵吉东,et al."Dominant and Subordinate Relationship Formed by Repeated Social Encounters Alters Gut Microbiota in Greater Long-Tailed Hamsters".Microbial Ecology .79(2020):998-1010.
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