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Digestive Duet: Midgut Digestive Proteinases of Manduca sexta Ingesting Nicotiana attenuata with Manipulated Trypsin Proteinase Inhibitor Expression

By Jorge A. Zavala, Ashok P. Giri, Maarten A. Jongsma and Ian T. Baldwin
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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