AGRIS - International System for Agricultural Science and Technology

Host shifting by Operophtera brumata into novel environments leads to population differentiation in life-history traits

2003

Vanbergen, A.J. | Raymond, B. | Pearce, I.S.K. | Watt, A.D. | Hails, R.S. | Hartley, S.E.


Bibliographic information
Ecological entomology
ISSN 0307-6946
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Other Subjects
Pests of plants (insects and other arthropods); Entomology related; Insect morphology; Chemical constituents of plants; Host quality; Local adaptation; Phytophagous insects; Forestry related; Plant physiology and biochemistry; Larval performance; Animal ecology and behavior
Language
English
Note
2019-12-04
Type
Text; Journal Article

2024-02-27
MODS
Data Provider
Lookup at Google Scholar
If you notice any incorrect information relating to this record, please contact us at agris@fao.org