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Insect sex attractants part 13 isolation identification and synthesis of sex pheromones of the male mediterranean fruit fly

Insect sex attractants part 13 isolation identification and synthesis of sex pheromones of the male mediterranean fruit fly

Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 16(3): 248-251

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