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Fatty acid composition remains stable across trophic levels in a gall wasp community : Gall wasp community fatty acid composition

Bibliographic reference Visser, Bertanne ; Van Dooremalen, Coby ; Vacquez Ruiz, Alba ; Ellers, Jacintha. Fatty acid composition remains stable across trophic levels in a gall wasp community : Gall wasp community fatty acid composition. In: Physiological Entomology: from biochemistry to behaviour, Vol. 38, p. 306-312 (2013)
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