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Standardized Selection Ratio (SSR)
In this article the athors used the Standardized Selection Ratio (SSR) in order to infer what is the preferred host (anemone) of anemonefish. Here is a quotation coming from their methods: ...
Nov 9 '13 at 7:48
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