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.. , Résultats de l'analyse isotopique des 9 échantillons de D. rapae non marqués, Annexe, vol.3, p.34

.. Sur-la-parcelle-du-fresne, Annexe, vol.4, p.35

.. , Analyses préliminaires pour la méthodologie du marquage par Cotton-wick, Annexe, vol.5, p.36

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