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Thermoregulating lotus flowers

Nature volume 383, page 305 (26 September 1996) | Download Citation

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    • Roger S. Seymour

    e-mail: rseymour@zoology.adelaide. edu.au

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  1. Department of Zoology, University of Adelaide, Adelaide 5005, Australia

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