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Robinal, a highly conjugated monoterpenoid from the miteRhizoglyphus robini

Chemical Ecology of Astigmatid Mites, XXVII [I]

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Leal, W.S., Kuwahara, Y. & Suzuki, T. Robinal, a highly conjugated monoterpenoid from the miteRhizoglyphus robini . Naturwissenschaften 77, 387–388 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01135740

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