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Phenotypic plasticity in number of glomeruli and sensory innervation of the antennal lobe in leaf-cutting ant workers (A. vollenweideri)

Phenotypic plasticity in number of glomeruli and sensory innervation of the antennal lobe in leaf-cutting ant workers (A. vollenweideri)

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KELBER, Christina, Wolfgang RÖSSLER, Christoph Johannes KLEINEIDAM, 2010. Phenotypic plasticity in number of glomeruli and sensory innervation of the antennal lobe in leaf-cutting ant workers (A. vollenweideri). In: Developmental neurobiology. 70(4), pp. 222-234. eISSN 1932-8451. Available under: doi: 10.1002/dneu.20782

@article{Kelber2010Pheno-8812, title={Phenotypic plasticity in number of glomeruli and sensory innervation of the antennal lobe in leaf-cutting ant workers (A. vollenweideri)}, year={2010}, doi={10.1002/dneu.20782}, number={4}, volume={70}, journal={Developmental neurobiology}, pages={222--234}, author={Kelber, Christina and Rössler, Wolfgang and Kleineidam, Christoph Johannes} }

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