Host recognition by the tobacco hornworm is mediated by a host plant compound

del Campo ML, Miles CI, Schröder FC, Müller C, Booker R, Renwick JA (2001)
Nature 411(6834): 186-189.

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del Campo ML, Miles CI, Schröder FC, Müller C, Booker R, Renwick JA. Host recognition by the tobacco hornworm is mediated by a host plant compound. Nature. 2001;411(6834):186-189.
del Campo, M. L., Miles, C. I., Schröder, F. C., Müller, C., Booker, R., & Renwick, J. A. (2001). Host recognition by the tobacco hornworm is mediated by a host plant compound. Nature, 411(6834), 186-189. doi:10.1038/35075559
del Campo, M. L., Miles, C. I., Schröder, F. C., Müller, C., Booker, R., and Renwick, J. A. (2001). Host recognition by the tobacco hornworm is mediated by a host plant compound. Nature 411, 186-189.
del Campo, M.L., et al., 2001. Host recognition by the tobacco hornworm is mediated by a host plant compound. Nature, 411(6834), p 186-189.
M.L. del Campo, et al., “Host recognition by the tobacco hornworm is mediated by a host plant compound”, Nature, vol. 411, 2001, pp. 186-189.
del Campo, M.L., Miles, C.I., Schröder, F.C., Müller, C., Booker, R., Renwick, J.A.: Host recognition by the tobacco hornworm is mediated by a host plant compound. Nature. 411, 186-189 (2001).
del Campo, M.L., Miles, C.I., Schröder, F.C., Müller, Caroline, Booker, R., and Renwick, J.A. “Host recognition by the tobacco hornworm is mediated by a host plant compound”. Nature 411.6834 (2001): 186-189.

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