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Ecological and Evolutionary Responses to Climate Change (July 2017): Works Cited

By Diane P. Genereux and David A. Lovejoy

Works Cited

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Ma, Bin, Zhongmin Dai, Haizhen Wang, Melissa Dsouza, Xingmei Liu, Yan He, Jianjun Wu, et al. “Distinct Biogeographic Patterns for Archaea, Bacteria, and Fungi along the Vegetation Gradient at the Continental Scale in Eastern China.” mSystems (2017). doi: 10.1128/mSystems.00174-16.

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