Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia

Opitz S, Boevé J-L, Nagy ZT, Müller C, Koch F, Sonet G (2012)
PLoS ONE 7(4): e33649.

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Opitz, SebastianUniBi; Boevé, J-L; Nagy, ZT; Müller, CarolineUniBi; Koch, F; Sonet, G
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2012
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PLoS ONE
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e33649
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Opitz S, Boevé J-L, Nagy ZT, Müller C, Koch F, Sonet G. Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia. PLoS ONE. 2012;7(4): e33649.
Opitz, S., Boevé, J. - L., Nagy, Z. T., Müller, C., Koch, F., & Sonet, G. (2012). Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia. PLoS ONE, 7(4), e33649. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0033649
Opitz, S., Boevé, J. - L., Nagy, Z. T., Müller, C., Koch, F., and Sonet, G. (2012). Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia. PLoS ONE 7:e33649.
Opitz, S., et al., 2012. Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia. PLoS ONE, 7(4): e33649.
S. Opitz, et al., “Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia”, PLoS ONE, vol. 7, 2012, : e33649.
Opitz, S., Boevé, J.-L., Nagy, Z.T., Müller, C., Koch, F., Sonet, G.: Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia. PLoS ONE. 7, : e33649 (2012).
Opitz, Sebastian, Boevé, J-L, Nagy, ZT, Müller, Caroline, Koch, F, and Sonet, G. “Host shifts from Lamiales to Brassicaceae in the sawfly genus Athalia”. PLoS ONE 7.4 (2012): e33649.

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