Sublethal insecticide exposure affects reproduction, chemical phenotype as well as offspring development and antennae symmetry of a leaf beetle

Müller T, Prosche A, Müller C (2017)
Environmental Pollution 230: 709-717.

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Müller T, Prosche A, Müller C. Sublethal insecticide exposure affects reproduction, chemical phenotype as well as offspring development and antennae symmetry of a leaf beetle. Environmental Pollution. 2017;230:709-717.
Müller, T., Prosche, A., & Müller, C. (2017). Sublethal insecticide exposure affects reproduction, chemical phenotype as well as offspring development and antennae symmetry of a leaf beetle. Environmental Pollution, 230, 709-717. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2017.07.018
Müller, T., Prosche, A., and Müller, C. (2017). Sublethal insecticide exposure affects reproduction, chemical phenotype as well as offspring development and antennae symmetry of a leaf beetle. Environmental Pollution 230, 709-717.
Müller, T., Prosche, A., & Müller, C., 2017. Sublethal insecticide exposure affects reproduction, chemical phenotype as well as offspring development and antennae symmetry of a leaf beetle. Environmental Pollution, 230, p 709-717.
T. Müller, A. Prosche, and C. Müller, “Sublethal insecticide exposure affects reproduction, chemical phenotype as well as offspring development and antennae symmetry of a leaf beetle”, Environmental Pollution, vol. 230, 2017, pp. 709-717.
Müller, T., Prosche, A., Müller, C.: Sublethal insecticide exposure affects reproduction, chemical phenotype as well as offspring development and antennae symmetry of a leaf beetle. Environmental Pollution. 230, 709-717 (2017).
Müller, Thorben, Prosche, Alexander, and Müller, Caroline. “Sublethal insecticide exposure affects reproduction, chemical phenotype as well as offspring development and antennae symmetry of a leaf beetle”. Environmental Pollution 230 (2017): 709-717.
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