Taste detection of the non-volatile isothiocyanate moringin results in deterrence to glucosinolate-adapted insect larvae

Müller C, van Loon J, Ruschioni S, de Nicola GR, Olsen CE, Iori R, Agerbirk N (2015)
Phytochemistry 118: 139-148.

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Müller, CarolineUniBi; van Loon, J; Ruschioni, S; de Nicola, GR; Olsen, CE; Iori, R; Agerbirk, N
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2015
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Phytochemistry
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139-148
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Müller C, van Loon J, Ruschioni S, et al. Taste detection of the non-volatile isothiocyanate moringin results in deterrence to glucosinolate-adapted insect larvae. Phytochemistry. 2015;118:139-148.
Müller, C., van Loon, J., Ruschioni, S., de Nicola, G. R., Olsen, C. E., Iori, R., & Agerbirk, N. (2015). Taste detection of the non-volatile isothiocyanate moringin results in deterrence to glucosinolate-adapted insect larvae. Phytochemistry, 118, 139-148. doi:10.1016/j.phytochem.2015.08.007
Müller, C., van Loon, J., Ruschioni, S., de Nicola, G. R., Olsen, C. E., Iori, R., and Agerbirk, N. (2015). Taste detection of the non-volatile isothiocyanate moringin results in deterrence to glucosinolate-adapted insect larvae. Phytochemistry 118, 139-148.
Müller, C., et al., 2015. Taste detection of the non-volatile isothiocyanate moringin results in deterrence to glucosinolate-adapted insect larvae. Phytochemistry, 118, p 139-148.
C. Müller, et al., “Taste detection of the non-volatile isothiocyanate moringin results in deterrence to glucosinolate-adapted insect larvae”, Phytochemistry, vol. 118, 2015, pp. 139-148.
Müller, C., van Loon, J., Ruschioni, S., de Nicola, G.R., Olsen, C.E., Iori, R., Agerbirk, N.: Taste detection of the non-volatile isothiocyanate moringin results in deterrence to glucosinolate-adapted insect larvae. Phytochemistry. 118, 139-148 (2015).
Müller, Caroline, van Loon, J, Ruschioni, S, de Nicola, GR, Olsen, CE, Iori, R, and Agerbirk, N. “Taste detection of the non-volatile isothiocyanate moringin results in deterrence to glucosinolate-adapted insect larvae”. Phytochemistry 118 (2015): 139-148.

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