Philippine thraustochytrids from mangroves: a rich new source of essential fatty acids for human nutrition
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Oclarit, J. M., & Hepowit, N. L. (2007). Philippine thraustochytrids from mangroves: a rich new source of essential fatty acids for human nutrition. In W. Reichardt (Ed.), DAAD Conference Proceedings: Challenges of Applied and Environmental Microbiology in Marine Science (pp. 35-38). Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines: Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines.
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