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2016
1 Porthun, Jan; Røstelien, Tonette.
Arbeidsbok anatomi. : Ondefo 2016 (ISBN 9788281900233) 136 s.
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2005
2 Røstelien, Tonette.
Functional characterisation of olfactory receptor neurone types in heliothine moths Identification of molecular receptive ranges by the use of single cell recordings linked to gas chromatogrphy and mass spectrometry. Trondheim: NTNU, Trykk 2005 (ISBN 8247170175) 105 s. (2005:73)
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3 Røstelien, Tonette; Stranden, Marit; Borg-Karlson, Anna-Karin; Mustaparta, Hanna.
Olfactory receptor neurons in two heliothine moth species responding selectively to aliphatic green leaf volatiles, aromatic compounds, monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes of plant origin. Chemical Senses 2005 ;Volum 30.(5) s. 443-461
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2003
4 Røstelien, Tonette; Stranden, Marit; Borg-Karlson, Anna-Karin; Mustaparta, Hanna.
Receptor neurone responses to naturally produced plant volatiles identified in two closely related heliothine moth species. 8. European symposium on insect taste and olfaction (8th ESITO); 2003-07-02 - 2003-07-07
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5 Stranden, Marit; Røstelien, Tonette; Liblikas, Ilme; Almaas, Tor Jørgen; Borg-Karlson, Anna-Karin; Mustaparta, Hanna.
Receptor neurones in three heliothine moths responding to floral nd inducible plant volatiles. Chemoecology 2003 ;Volum 13.(3) s. 143-154
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6 Stranden, Marit; Røstelien, Tonette; Liblikas, Ilme; König, Wilfried A.; Borg-Karlson, Anna-Karin; Mustaparta, Hanna.
Similar molecular receptive range of five plant odour receptor neurone types in three heliothine moth species. 8. European symposium on insect taste and olfaction (8th ESITO); 2003-07-02 - 2003-07-07
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2000
7 Røstelien, Tonette; Borg-Karlson, Anna-Karin; Mustaparta, Hanna.
Selective receptor neurone responses to E-beta-ocimene, beta-myrcene, E,E-alpha-farnesene and homo-farnesene in the moth Heliothis virescens, identified by gas chromatography linked to electrophysiology. ? 2000 ;Volum 186.(9) s. 833-847
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