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Termites and juvenile hormone analogues:Author(s): R.W. Howard; M.I. Haverty
Source: A review of methodology and observed effects. Sociobiology 4: 277-285.
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CitationHoward, R.W. and M.I. Haverty. 1979. Termites and juvenile hormone analogues:. A review of methodology and observed effects. Sociobiology 4: 277-285.
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