Olfactory Communication via Microbiota: What Is Known in Birds?

Maraci Ö, Engel K, Caspers B (2018)
Genes 9(8): 387.

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Maraci, Öncü, Engel, Kathrin, and Caspers, Barbara. 2018. “Olfactory Communication via Microbiota: What Is Known in Birds?”. Genes 9 (8): 387.
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Maraci, Ö., Engel, K., & Caspers, B., 2018. Olfactory Communication via Microbiota: What Is Known in Birds? Genes, 9(8): 387.
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Special Issue: Coevolution of Hosts and Their Microbiome.
Limborg MT, Heeb P., Genes (Basel) 9(11), 2018
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