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    M.D. Ferrando, C.R. Janssen, E. Andreu, and Guido Persoone; Ecotoxicological studies with the freshwater rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus II. An assessment of the chronic toxicity of lindane and 3,4-dichloroaniline using life tables. Hydrobiologia 255/256:33-40, 1993
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    A. Fernandez-Casalderrey, M.D. Ferrando, and E. Andreu-Moliner; Chronic toxicity of methylparathion to the rotifer Brachoinus calyciflorus fed on Nannochloris oculata and Chlorella pyrenoidosa. Hydrobiologia 255/256:41-49, 1993
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    Robert Lee Wallace; Presence of anisotropic (birefringent) crystalline structures in embryonic and juvenile monogonont rotifers. Hydrobiologia 255/256:71-76, 1993
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    Linda May, A.E. Bailey-Watts, and A. Kirika; The ecology of Synchaeta kitina Rousselet in Loch Leven, Scotland. Hydrobiologia 255/256:305- 315, 1993
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