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Modelling the mortality of Hylotrupes bajulus (L.)larvae exposed to anoxic treatment for disinfestation of wooden art objects

Bibliographic reference de Streel, Géraud ; Henin, Jean-Marc ; Bogaert, Patrick ; Mercier, Emmanuelle ; Rabelo, Erika ; et. al. Modelling the mortality of Hylotrupes bajulus (L.)larvae exposed to anoxic treatment for disinfestation of wooden art objects. In: Wood Science and Technology : journal of the international academy of wood science, (2016)
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