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Premiers essais de determination d'un milieu nutritif artificiel pour l'e1evage d'une mouche Drosophila ampelophila L


, : Premiers essais de determination d'un milieu nutritif artificiel pour l'e1evage d'une mouche Drosophila ampelophila L. Compte Rendu de la Societe de Biologie Paris, 76 548-550


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