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Separation of the acidic constituents of extracts of queen bees ; Isolation of pheromone designated as the queen bee substance



Separation of the acidic constituents of extracts of queen bees ; Isolation of pheromone designated as the queen bee substance



Helv Chim Acta 43(6): 1682-1689




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