2 edition of Endocrinological frontiers in physiological insect ecology found in the catalog.
Endocrinological frontiers in physiological insect ecology
International Conference on Endocrinological Frontiers in Physiological Insect Ecology (1988 Szklarska PoreМњba, Poland)
|Statement||organized and sponsored by the research programme "Low-Molecular Bioregulators of Cellular Metabolism", Technical University of Wrocław ; edited by František Sehnal, Andrzej Zabża, David L. Denlinger.|
|Series||Prace naukowe Instytutu Chemii Organicznej i Fizycznej Politechniki Wrocławskiej -- nr. 33. -- Konferencje -- nr. 8., Prace naukowe Instytutu Chemii Organicznej i Fizycznej Politechniki Wrocławskiej -- 33., Prace naukowe Instytutu Chemii Organicznej i Fizycznej Politechniki Wrocławskiej -- 8.|
|Contributions||Sehnal, František., Zabża, Andrzej., Denlinger, David L., Politechnika Wrocławska.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xii, 1087 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||1087|
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