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Tanganyika, Lake

Fate of heterotrophic bacteria in Lake Tanganyika (East Africa)

Zooplankton of Lake Kivu, East Africa, half a century after the Tanganyika sardine introduction

Photosynthetic picoplankton in Lake Tanganyika: biomass distribution patterns with depth, season and basin

Reverse Evolution in RH1 for Adaptation of Cichlids to Water Depth in Lake Tanganyika

Protocol between Germany and Great Britain respecting the Lake Nyassa-Tanganyika Boundary, signed at Ikawa, 11 November 1898

Phylogenetic Relationships and Ancient Incomplete Lineage Sorting Among Cichlid Fishes in Lake Tanganyika as Revealed by Analysis of the Insertion of Retroposons

A snail's space sets a snail's pace: movement rates of lavigeria gastropods in lake tanganyika, East africa

VINUNDU, A NEW GENUS OF GASTROPOD (CERITHIOIDEA: ‘THIARIDAE’) WITH TWO SPECIES FROM LAKE TANGANYIKA, EAST AFRICA, AND ITS MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS

Phylogeny of the Lake Tanganyika Cichlid Species Flock and Its Relationship to the Central and East African Haplochromine Cichlid Fish Faunas

Agreement between Belgium and Germany for the Determination of the Frontier between German East Africa and Belgian Congo north of Lake Tanganyika, signed at Brussels, 14 May 1910

Agreement between Germany and Great Britain relative to the Boundary of the British and German Spheres of Influence between Lakes Nyasa and Tanganyika, signed at Berlin, 23 February 1901

Tanganyika, Lake Lake in east Central Africa, in the Great Rift Valley, bordered on the north by Burundi, on the east by Tanzania, on the south by Zambia, and on the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

A novel family of short interspersed repetitive elements (SINEs) from cichlids: the patterns of insertion of SINEs at orthologous loci support the proposed monophyly of four major groups of cichlid fishes in Lake Tanganyika.

 

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Lake in east Central Africa, in the Great Rift Valley, bordered on the north by Burundi, on the east by Tanzania, on the south by Zambia, and on the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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