More than just sugar: allocation of nectar amino acids and fatty acids in a Lepidopteran - Excel file of article data set
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DescriptionExcel data file for article: More than just sugar: allocation of nectar amino acids and fatty acids in a Lepidopteran. Authors Eran Levin, Marshall McCue and Goggy Davidowitz
PubMed Central ID5310601
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