antifeedant

жәндіктердің қоректену қабілетін бұзатын заттек

Ecology English-Kazakh dictionary. 2013.

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  • Antifeedant — An|ti|fee|dant [… fi:dent; ↑ anti (1); engl. feed = Nahrung]: svw. ↑ Fraßhemmstoff …   Universal-Lexikon

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