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Durant, A., Celis-Salgado, M. P., Ezatollahpour, S., Yan, N., Arnott, S., & Donini, A. (2018). "Ca2+ levels in Daphnia hemolymph may explain occurrences of daphniid species along recent Ca gradients in Canadian soft-water lakes.". "comparative Biochemistry And Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology", "218", 8-15.""