Antimicrobal activity of exocrine glandular secretions, hemolymph, and larval regurgitate of the Mustard Leaf Beetle *Phaedon cochleariae*

Gross J, Müller C, Vilcinskas A, Hilker M (1998)
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 72(3): 296-303.

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Gross J, Müller C, Vilcinskas A, Hilker M. Antimicrobal activity of exocrine glandular secretions, hemolymph, and larval regurgitate of the Mustard Leaf Beetle *Phaedon cochleariae*. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology. 1998;72(3):296-303.
Gross, J., Müller, C., Vilcinskas, A., & Hilker, M. (1998). Antimicrobal activity of exocrine glandular secretions, hemolymph, and larval regurgitate of the Mustard Leaf Beetle *Phaedon cochleariae*. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 72(3), 296-303.
Gross, J., Müller, C., Vilcinskas, A., and Hilker, M. (1998). Antimicrobal activity of exocrine glandular secretions, hemolymph, and larval regurgitate of the Mustard Leaf Beetle *Phaedon cochleariae*. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 72, 296-303.
Gross, J., et al., 1998. Antimicrobal activity of exocrine glandular secretions, hemolymph, and larval regurgitate of the Mustard Leaf Beetle *Phaedon cochleariae*. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 72(3), p 296-303.
J. Gross, et al., “Antimicrobal activity of exocrine glandular secretions, hemolymph, and larval regurgitate of the Mustard Leaf Beetle *Phaedon cochleariae*”, Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, vol. 72, 1998, pp. 296-303.
Gross, J., Müller, C., Vilcinskas, A., Hilker, M.: Antimicrobal activity of exocrine glandular secretions, hemolymph, and larval regurgitate of the Mustard Leaf Beetle *Phaedon cochleariae*. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology. 72, 296-303 (1998).
Gross, J., Müller, Caroline, Vilcinskas, A., and Hilker, M. “Antimicrobal activity of exocrine glandular secretions, hemolymph, and larval regurgitate of the Mustard Leaf Beetle *Phaedon cochleariae*”. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 72.3 (1998): 296-303.
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