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Impact of differences in nutritional quality of wingless and winged aphids on parasitoid fitness

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Bibliographic reference Pirotte, Jennifer ; Lorenzi, Ange ; Foray, Vincent ; Hance, Thierry. Impact of differences in nutritional quality of wingless and winged aphids on parasitoid fitness. In: The Journal of Experimental Biology, Vol. 221, no.20, p. jeb185645 (2018)
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