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      Introduced Macroalgae – a Growing Concern

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      Journal of Applied Phycology

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                Journal
                Journal of Applied Phycology
                J Appl Phycol
                Springer Nature
                0921-8971
                1573-5176
                November 27 2006
                July 8 2006
                : 18
                : 3-5
                : 529-541
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                10.1007/s10811-006-9074-2
                © 2006
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