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Accessing the Hidden Microbial Diversity of Aphids: an Illustration of How Culture-Dependent Methods Can Be Used to Decipher the Insect Microbiota

Bibliographic reference Grigorescu, Alina S. ; Renoz, François ; Sabri, Ahmed ; Foray, Vincent ; Hance, Thierry ; et. al. Accessing the Hidden Microbial Diversity of Aphids: an Illustration of How Culture-Dependent Methods Can Be Used to Decipher the Insect Microbiota. In: Microbial Ecology : an international journal, Vol. 74, p. 1-14
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