Effects of phosphine on the neural regulation of gas exchange in Periplaneta americana
Phosphine is used for fumigating stored commodities, however an understanding of the physiological response to phosphine in insects is limited. Here we show how the central pattern generator for ventilation in the central nervous system (CNS) responds to
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