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Keeping entomology on the map: is molecular biology the solution? A reply to O'Brochta


Bulletin of Entomological Research 81(3): 233
Keeping entomology on the map: is molecular biology the solution? A reply to O'Brochta
In a recent guest editorial in Bulletin of Entomological Research, D.A. O'Brochta (1990) argued that the development of gene transformation technology for insects and the application of molecular approaches in general would help entomology reestablish its prominent position in science.


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