Toxic and nontoxic Microcystis colonies in natural populations can be differentiated on the basis of rRNA gene internal transcribed spacer diversity

I. Janse, W.E.A. Kardinaal, M. Meima, J. Fastner, P.M. Visser, G. Zwart

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