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A Lévy-flight diffusion model to predict transgenic pollen dispersal

Bibliographic reference Vallaeys, Valentin ; Tyson, Rebecca C. ; Lane, W. David ; Deleersnijder, Eric ; Hanert, Emmanuel. A Lévy-flight diffusion model to predict transgenic pollen dispersal. In: Journal of the Royal Society Interface, Vol. 14, no.126, p. 20160889 (2017)
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