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Differential grazing by the mollusc Arion hortensis Fer. on cyanogenic and acyanogenic seedlings of the white clover, Trifolium repens L



Differential grazing by the mollusc Arion hortensis Fer. on cyanogenic and acyanogenic seedlings of the white clover, Trifolium repens L



Heredity 56(2): 277-281



Seedlings of similar ages of S100 (mostly cyanogenic phenotypes) and S184 (mostly acyanogenic phenotypes) were mixed in trays and exposed to A. hortensis for 12 h periods. Grazing levels were scored according to whether damage to the seedlings was lethal or not. Seedlings were tested for cyanide production 5-35 days after germination.

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