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Male-attracting substance in a marine brown alga Sargassum horneri

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Kajiwara, T., Kodama, K. & Hatanaka, A. Male-attracting substance in a marine brown alga Sargassum horneri . Naturwissenschaften 67, 612–613 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00396551

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Keywords

  • Brown Alga
  • Marine Brown Alga