André Paillot (1885-1944): His work lives on

Jehle, Johannes GND

André Paillot (1885–1944) is one of the true founders of insect pathology. His applied and basic research culminated in the first identification granulovirus infection in caterpillars of the cabbage white, Pieris brassicae, and in the characterization of many other insect diseases. This paper reviews the life-time achievements of one of the most remarkable invertebrate pathologists in the first half of the last century.

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Jehle, Johannes: André Paillot (1885-1944): His work lives on. 2009.

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