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Estimation of free amino acids in different developmental stages of painted bug (Bagrada cruciferarum, Kirkaldy)






National Academy Science Letters 19(11/12): 214-218

Estimation of free amino acids in different developmental stages of painted bug (Bagrada cruciferarum, Kirkaldy)

A laboratory study was carried out on free and essential amino acids during different developmental stages of Bagrada cruciferarum Concentrations and types of amino acids varied between developmental stages.


Accession: 002831694



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