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Tortricid moths reared from cecidomyiid bud galls on willows

, : Tortricid moths reared from cecidomyiid bud galls on willows. Transactions of the Lepidopterological Society of Japan. March 30; 532: 116-118


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Anonymous, 2013: Beta-Cell Lipotoxicity After an Overnight Intravenous Lipid Challenge and Free Fatty Acid Elevation in African American Versus American White Overweight/Obese Adolescents. Overweight/obese (OW/OB) African American (AA) adolescents have a more diabetogenic insulin secretion/sensitivity pattern compared with their American white (AW) peers. The present study investigated β-cell lipotoxicity to test whether increa...

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