Mining for treatment-specific and general changes in target compounds and metabolic fingerprints in response to herbivory and phytohormones in *Plantago lanceolata*

Sutter R, Müller C (2011)
New Phytologist 191(4): 1069-1082.

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Sutter R, Müller C. Mining for treatment-specific and general changes in target compounds and metabolic fingerprints in response to herbivory and phytohormones in *Plantago lanceolata*. New Phytologist. 2011;191(4):1069-1082.
Sutter, R., & Müller, C. (2011). Mining for treatment-specific and general changes in target compounds and metabolic fingerprints in response to herbivory and phytohormones in *Plantago lanceolata*. New Phytologist, 191(4), 1069-1082.
Sutter, R., and Müller, C. (2011). Mining for treatment-specific and general changes in target compounds and metabolic fingerprints in response to herbivory and phytohormones in *Plantago lanceolata*. New Phytologist 191, 1069-1082.
Sutter, R., & Müller, C., 2011. Mining for treatment-specific and general changes in target compounds and metabolic fingerprints in response to herbivory and phytohormones in *Plantago lanceolata*. New Phytologist, 191(4), p 1069-1082.
R. Sutter and C. Müller, “Mining for treatment-specific and general changes in target compounds and metabolic fingerprints in response to herbivory and phytohormones in *Plantago lanceolata*”, New Phytologist, vol. 191, 2011, pp. 1069-1082.
Sutter, R., Müller, C.: Mining for treatment-specific and general changes in target compounds and metabolic fingerprints in response to herbivory and phytohormones in *Plantago lanceolata*. New Phytologist. 191, 1069-1082 (2011).
Sutter, Rabea, and Müller, Caroline. “Mining for treatment-specific and general changes in target compounds and metabolic fingerprints in response to herbivory and phytohormones in *Plantago lanceolata*”. New Phytologist 191.4 (2011): 1069-1082.
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