Heavy metal (hyper)accumulation in leaves of Arabidopsis halleri is accompanied by a reduced performance of herbivores and shifts in leaf glucosinolate and element concentrations

Stolpe C, Krämer U, Müller C (2016)
Environmental and Experimental Botany 133: 78-86.

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Stolpe C, Krämer U, Müller C. Heavy metal (hyper)accumulation in leaves of Arabidopsis halleri is accompanied by a reduced performance of herbivores and shifts in leaf glucosinolate and element concentrations. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 2016;133:78-86.
Stolpe, C., Krämer, U., & Müller, C. (2016). Heavy metal (hyper)accumulation in leaves of Arabidopsis halleri is accompanied by a reduced performance of herbivores and shifts in leaf glucosinolate and element concentrations. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 133, 78-86.
Stolpe, C., Krämer, U., and Müller, C. (2016). Heavy metal (hyper)accumulation in leaves of Arabidopsis halleri is accompanied by a reduced performance of herbivores and shifts in leaf glucosinolate and element concentrations. Environmental and Experimental Botany 133, 78-86.
Stolpe, C., Krämer, U., & Müller, C., 2016. Heavy metal (hyper)accumulation in leaves of Arabidopsis halleri is accompanied by a reduced performance of herbivores and shifts in leaf glucosinolate and element concentrations. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 133, p 78-86.
C. Stolpe, U. Krämer, and C. Müller, “Heavy metal (hyper)accumulation in leaves of Arabidopsis halleri is accompanied by a reduced performance of herbivores and shifts in leaf glucosinolate and element concentrations”, Environmental and Experimental Botany, vol. 133, 2016, pp. 78-86.
Stolpe, C., Krämer, U., Müller, C.: Heavy metal (hyper)accumulation in leaves of Arabidopsis halleri is accompanied by a reduced performance of herbivores and shifts in leaf glucosinolate and element concentrations. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 133, 78-86 (2016).
Stolpe, Clemens, Krämer, Ute, and Müller, Caroline. “Heavy metal (hyper)accumulation in leaves of Arabidopsis halleri is accompanied by a reduced performance of herbivores and shifts in leaf glucosinolate and element concentrations”. Environmental and Experimental Botany 133 (2016): 78-86.
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