Interactions involving rhizobacteria and foliar-feeding insects. / Gadhave, Kiran; Gange, Alan.

Aboveground-belowground Community Ecology. ed. / Takayuki Ohgushi; Suzanne Wurst; Scott Johnson. Springer, 2019.

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Interactions involving rhizobacteria and foliar-feeding insects. / Gadhave, Kiran; Gange, Alan.

Aboveground-belowground Community Ecology. ed. / Takayuki Ohgushi; Suzanne Wurst; Scott Johnson. Springer, 2019.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Gadhave, K & Gange, A 2019, Interactions involving rhizobacteria and foliar-feeding insects. in T Ohgushi, S Wurst & S Johnson (eds), Aboveground-belowground Community Ecology. Springer.

APA

Gadhave, K., & Gange, A. (2019). Interactions involving rhizobacteria and foliar-feeding insects. Manuscript submitted for publication. In T. Ohgushi, S. Wurst, & S. Johnson (Eds.), Aboveground-belowground Community Ecology Springer.

Vancouver

Gadhave K, Gange A. Interactions involving rhizobacteria and foliar-feeding insects. In Ohgushi T, Wurst S, Johnson S, editors, Aboveground-belowground Community Ecology. Springer. 2019

Author

Gadhave, Kiran ; Gange, Alan. / Interactions involving rhizobacteria and foliar-feeding insects. Aboveground-belowground Community Ecology. editor / Takayuki Ohgushi ; Suzanne Wurst ; Scott Johnson. Springer, 2019.

BibTeX

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