Specificity of induction responses in *Sinapis alba* L. and their effects on a specialist herbivore

Travers-Martin N, Müller C (2007)
JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY 33(8): 1582-1597.

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Travers-Martin N, Müller C. Specificity of induction responses in *Sinapis alba* L. and their effects on a specialist herbivore. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY. 2007;33(8):1582-1597.
Travers-Martin, N., & Müller, C. (2007). Specificity of induction responses in *Sinapis alba* L. and their effects on a specialist herbivore. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY, 33(8), 1582-1597. doi:10.1007/s10886-007-9322-1
Travers-Martin, N., and Müller, C. (2007). Specificity of induction responses in *Sinapis alba* L. and their effects on a specialist herbivore. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY 33, 1582-1597.
Travers-Martin, N., & Müller, C., 2007. Specificity of induction responses in *Sinapis alba* L. and their effects on a specialist herbivore. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY, 33(8), p 1582-1597.
N. Travers-Martin and C. Müller, “Specificity of induction responses in *Sinapis alba* L. and their effects on a specialist herbivore”, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY, vol. 33, 2007, pp. 1582-1597.
Travers-Martin, N., Müller, C.: Specificity of induction responses in *Sinapis alba* L. and their effects on a specialist herbivore. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY. 33, 1582-1597 (2007).
Travers-Martin, Nora, and Müller, Caroline. “Specificity of induction responses in *Sinapis alba* L. and their effects on a specialist herbivore”. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY 33.8 (2007): 1582-1597.

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