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Symbioses: a key driver of insect physiological process, ecological interactions, evolutionary diversification, and impacts on humansAuthor(s): K.D. Klepzig; A.S. Adams; J. Handelsman; K.F. Raffa
Source: Environ. Entomol, Vol. 38(1): 67-77
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationKlepzig, K.D.; Adams, A.S.; Handelsman, J.; Raffa, K.F. 2009. Symbioses: a key driver of insect physiological process, ecological interactions, evolutionary diversification, and impacts on humans. Environ. Entomol, Vol. 38(1): 67-77
Keywordssymbiosis, insects, microorganisms, bark beetles, context dependency
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