Macromolecular Mimicry: Substances Released by Sea Anemones and Their Role in the Protection of Anemone Fishes
To provide a background for the investigations dealt with in this paper, it is necessary to summarize some fundamental experiments on the protection of anemone fishes.
KeywordsAmino Acid Composition Protein Pattern Acclimation Process Host Anemone Anemone Species
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