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An investigation of the chemical reactions of esters of phosphoric acid and alkylphosphoric acids in relation to their chemosterilant activity on Tetranychus urticae (Koch)
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1970)
In recent years considerable attention has been given to the study of biological effects produced by chemical alkylating agents (Ross, 1962; Wheeler, 1962; Alexander, 1960; Auerbach, 1958; Borkovec, 1962). These compounds ...
The molecular phylogeny of the New Zealand endemic genus Hadramphus and the revival of the genus Karocolens
The delineation of species is important to the fields of evolution, ecology and conservation. The use of only a single line of evidence, e.g., morphology or a single gene sequence, may underestimate or overestimate the ...
Oral microbiome metabarcoding in two invasive small mammals from New Zealand
All multicellular organisms host a wide diversity of microorganisms in and on their bodies, which are collectively known as their microbiome. Characterising microbial communities that inhabit different body niches in wild ...