Caste polyphenism: old hormones and old genes for new phenotypes (2006)
- USP affiliated author: HARTFELDER, KLAUS HARTMANN - FMRP
- School: FMRP
- Subject: INSETOS (GENÉTICA)
- Language: Inglês
- Título do periódico: Scientific Proceedings
- Conference title: IUSSI Congress
ABNTHARTFELDER, Klaus. Caste polyphenism: old hormones and old genes for new phenotypes. Anais.. Washington: [s.n.], 2006.
APAHartfelder, K. (2006). Caste polyphenism: old hormones and old genes for new phenotypes. In Scientific Proceedings. Washington.
NLMHartfelder K. Caste polyphenism: old hormones and old genes for new phenotypes. Scientific Proceedings. 2006 ;
VancouverHartfelder K. Caste polyphenism: old hormones and old genes for new phenotypes. Scientific Proceedings. 2006 ;
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