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Crystallization of α- and β-carotene in the foregut of Spodoptera larvae feeding on a toxic food plant

Crystallization of α- and β-carotene in the foregut of Spodoptera larvae feeding on a toxic food plant

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SHAO, Yongqi, Dieter SPITELLER, Xiaoshu TANG, Liyan PING, Claudia COLESIE, Ute MÜNCHBERG, Stefan BARTRAM, Bernd SCHNEIDER, Burkhard BÜDEL, Jürgen POPP, David G. HECKEL, Wilhelm BOLAND, 2011. Crystallization of α- and β-carotene in the foregut of Spodoptera larvae feeding on a toxic food plant. In: Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 41(4), pp. 273-281. ISSN 0965-1748. eISSN 1879-0240. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.ibmb.2011.01.004

@article{Shao2011-04Cryst-15293, title={Crystallization of α- and β-carotene in the foregut of Spodoptera larvae feeding on a toxic food plant}, year={2011}, doi={10.1016/j.ibmb.2011.01.004}, number={4}, volume={41}, issn={0965-1748}, journal={Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology}, pages={273--281}, author={Shao, Yongqi and Spiteller, Dieter and Tang, Xiaoshu and Ping, Liyan and Colesie, Claudia and Münchberg, Ute and Bartram, Stefan and Schneider, Bernd and Büdel, Burkhard and Popp, Jürgen and Heckel, David G. and Boland, Wilhelm} }

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