Larval performance of the mustard leaf beetle (*Phaedon cochleariae*, Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) on white mustard (*Sinapis alba*) and watercress (*Nasturtium officinale*) leaves in dependence of plant exposure to ultraviolet radiation.

Reifenrath K, Müller C (2009)
Environmental Pollution 157(7): 2053-2060.

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Reifenrath, K.; Müller, CarolineUniBi
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2009
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Environmental Pollution
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157
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7
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2053-2060
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0269-7491
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Reifenrath K, Müller C. Larval performance of the mustard leaf beetle (*Phaedon cochleariae*, Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) on white mustard (*Sinapis alba*) and watercress (*Nasturtium officinale*) leaves in dependence of plant exposure to ultraviolet radiation. Environmental Pollution. 2009;157(7):2053-2060.
Reifenrath, K., & Müller, C. (2009). Larval performance of the mustard leaf beetle (*Phaedon cochleariae*, Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) on white mustard (*Sinapis alba*) and watercress (*Nasturtium officinale*) leaves in dependence of plant exposure to ultraviolet radiation. Environmental Pollution, 157(7), 2053-2060. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2009.02.022
Reifenrath, K., and Müller, C. (2009). Larval performance of the mustard leaf beetle (*Phaedon cochleariae*, Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) on white mustard (*Sinapis alba*) and watercress (*Nasturtium officinale*) leaves in dependence of plant exposure to ultraviolet radiation. Environmental Pollution 157, 2053-2060.
Reifenrath, K., & Müller, C., 2009. Larval performance of the mustard leaf beetle (*Phaedon cochleariae*, Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) on white mustard (*Sinapis alba*) and watercress (*Nasturtium officinale*) leaves in dependence of plant exposure to ultraviolet radiation. Environmental Pollution, 157(7), p 2053-2060.
K. Reifenrath and C. Müller, “Larval performance of the mustard leaf beetle (*Phaedon cochleariae*, Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) on white mustard (*Sinapis alba*) and watercress (*Nasturtium officinale*) leaves in dependence of plant exposure to ultraviolet radiation.”, Environmental Pollution, vol. 157, 2009, pp. 2053-2060.
Reifenrath, K., Müller, C.: Larval performance of the mustard leaf beetle (*Phaedon cochleariae*, Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) on white mustard (*Sinapis alba*) and watercress (*Nasturtium officinale*) leaves in dependence of plant exposure to ultraviolet radiation. Environmental Pollution. 157, 2053-2060 (2009).
Reifenrath, K., and Müller, Caroline. “Larval performance of the mustard leaf beetle (*Phaedon cochleariae*, Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) on white mustard (*Sinapis alba*) and watercress (*Nasturtium officinale*) leaves in dependence of plant exposure to ultraviolet radiation.”. Environmental Pollution 157.7 (2009): 2053-2060.

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