Çam kese böceği (Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni Tams.) istilasına bağlı olarak kızılçam (Pinus brutia Ten.)'den salınan uçucu bileşiklerinin mevsimsel değişimi, konukçu tercihindeki rolleri ve bu bileşkelerin istila öncesi ve sonrası indükleme potansiyellerinin belirlenmesi

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Çam kese böceği (Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni Tams.) istilasına bağlı olarak kızılçam (Pinus brutia Ten.)'den salınan uçucu bileşiklerinin mevsimsel değişimi, konukçu tercihindeki rolleri ve bu bileşkelerin istila öncesi ve sonrası indükleme potansiyellerinin belirlenmesi

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ISNAD SEMIZ, GÜRKAN. "Çam kese böceği (Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni Tams.) istilasına bağlı olarak kızılçam (Pinus brutia Ten.)'den salınan uçucu bileşiklerinin mevsimsel değişimi, konukçu tercihindeki rolleri ve bu bileşkelerin istila öncesi ve sonrası indükleme potansiyellerinin belirlenmesi". (2014), 1-134.
APA SEMIZ G (2014). Çam kese böceği (Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni Tams.) istilasına bağlı olarak kızılçam (Pinus brutia Ten.)'den salınan uçucu bileşiklerinin mevsimsel değişimi, konukçu tercihindeki rolleri ve bu bileşkelerin istila öncesi ve sonrası indükleme potansiyellerinin belirlenmesi. , 1 - 134.
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MLA SEMIZ GÜRKAN Çam kese böceği (Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni Tams.) istilasına bağlı olarak kızılçam (Pinus brutia Ten.)'den salınan uçucu bileşiklerinin mevsimsel değişimi, konukçu tercihindeki rolleri ve bu bileşkelerin istila öncesi ve sonrası indükleme potansiyellerinin belirlenmesi. , 2014, ss.1 - 134.
AMA SEMIZ G Çam kese böceği (Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni Tams.) istilasına bağlı olarak kızılçam (Pinus brutia Ten.)'den salınan uçucu bileşiklerinin mevsimsel değişimi, konukçu tercihindeki rolleri ve bu bileşkelerin istila öncesi ve sonrası indükleme potansiyellerinin belirlenmesi. . 2014; 1 - 134.
Vancouver SEMIZ G Çam kese böceği (Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni Tams.) istilasına bağlı olarak kızılçam (Pinus brutia Ten.)'den salınan uçucu bileşiklerinin mevsimsel değişimi, konukçu tercihindeki rolleri ve bu bileşkelerin istila öncesi ve sonrası indükleme potansiyellerinin belirlenmesi. . 2014; 1 - 134.
IEEE SEMIZ G "Çam kese böceği (Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni Tams.) istilasına bağlı olarak kızılçam (Pinus brutia Ten.)'den salınan uçucu bileşiklerinin mevsimsel değişimi, konukçu tercihindeki rolleri ve bu bileşkelerin istila öncesi ve sonrası indükleme potansiyellerinin belirlenmesi." , ss.1 - 134, 2014.
ISNAD SEMIZ, GÜRKAN. "Çam kese böceği (Thaumetopoea wilkinsoni Tams.) istilasına bağlı olarak kızılçam (Pinus brutia Ten.)'den salınan uçucu bileşiklerinin mevsimsel değişimi, konukçu tercihindeki rolleri ve bu bileşkelerin istila öncesi ve sonrası indükleme potansiyellerinin belirlenmesi". (2014), 1-134.