Do Leaf Cutting Ants Cut Undetected? Testing the Effect of Ant-Induced Plant Defences on Foraging Decisions in Atta colombica

Kost C, Tremmel M, Wirth R (2011)
PLoS ONE 6(7): e22340.

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Kost, Christian; Tremmel, MartinUniBi; Wirth, Rainer
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2011
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PLoS ONE
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6
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e22340
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1932-6203
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Kost C, Tremmel M, Wirth R. Do Leaf Cutting Ants Cut Undetected? Testing the Effect of Ant-Induced Plant Defences on Foraging Decisions in Atta colombica. PLoS ONE. 2011;6(7): e22340.
Kost, C., Tremmel, M., & Wirth, R. (2011). Do Leaf Cutting Ants Cut Undetected? Testing the Effect of Ant-Induced Plant Defences on Foraging Decisions in Atta colombica. PLoS ONE, 6(7), e22340. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0022340
Kost, C., Tremmel, M., and Wirth, R. (2011). Do Leaf Cutting Ants Cut Undetected? Testing the Effect of Ant-Induced Plant Defences on Foraging Decisions in Atta colombica. PLoS ONE 6:e22340.
Kost, C., Tremmel, M., & Wirth, R., 2011. Do Leaf Cutting Ants Cut Undetected? Testing the Effect of Ant-Induced Plant Defences on Foraging Decisions in Atta colombica. PLoS ONE, 6(7): e22340.
C. Kost, M. Tremmel, and R. Wirth, “Do Leaf Cutting Ants Cut Undetected? Testing the Effect of Ant-Induced Plant Defences on Foraging Decisions in Atta colombica”, PLoS ONE, vol. 6, 2011, : e22340.
Kost, C., Tremmel, M., Wirth, R.: Do Leaf Cutting Ants Cut Undetected? Testing the Effect of Ant-Induced Plant Defences on Foraging Decisions in Atta colombica. PLoS ONE. 6, : e22340 (2011).
Kost, Christian, Tremmel, Martin, and Wirth, Rainer. “Do Leaf Cutting Ants Cut Undetected? Testing the Effect of Ant-Induced Plant Defences on Foraging Decisions in Atta colombica”. PLoS ONE 6.7 (2011): e22340.

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