Concepción integrativa del parasitismo: redefiniendo nuevos conceptos

Cintli Martínez Ortiz de Montellano, Rosa Estela Quiroz Castañeda, Edgar Dantán González, Hugo Aguilar Díaz, Claudia Cecilia Márquez Mota, Hugo Oswaldo Toledo Alvarado



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parasitismo, microbiota, macrobiota, holobionte, caballos

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