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Interactions Between Trichoderma harzianum Strain T22 and Maize Inbred Line Mo17 and Effects of These Interactions on Diseases Caused by Pythium ultimum and Colletotrichum graminicola.
ABSTRACT Seed treatment with Trichoderma harzianum strain T22, which results in colonization of plant roots but little or no colonization of shoots or leaves, had substantial effects on growth of andExpand
Wheat flowering repressor VRN2 and promoter CO2 compete for interactions with NUCLEAR FACTOR-Y complexes.
The transition from vegetative to reproductive development in the temperate cereals is mainly regulated by seasonal cues including vernalization (determined mainly by VRN1 and VRN2 genes) andExpand
Direct immunization with synthetic peptidyl-polyamide resin. Comparison with antibody production from free peptide and conjugates with carrier proteins.
An 11-amino acid residue peptidyl-linkage agent-polyamide resin complex was synthesized by the fluorenylmethyloxycarbonyl (Fmoc)-polyamide solid-phase system. Mice were immunized with the freeExpand
Stabilization of lethal and hemolytic activities of box jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri) venom.
The stability of both the lethal and hemolytic activities of box jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri) tentacle extract was assessed after various extraction procedures. Both activities were higher when noExpand
Characterization of the [125I]‐neurokinin A binding site in the circular muscle of human colon
Neurokinin A (NKA) is a potent contractile agonist of human colon circular muscle. These responses are mediated predominantly through tachykinin NK2 receptors. In the present study, the NK2 receptorExpand
Proteins Related to the Biocontrol of Pythium Damping‐off in Maize with Trichoderma harzianum Rifai
: Induced resistance has been evidenced as one of mechanisms of Trichoderma to control plant diseases, however, no study showed the change of host proteomics in Trichoderma-induced resistance ofExpand
Oral and parenteral immunization with synthetic retro-inverso peptides induce antibodies that cross-react with native peptides and parent antigens.
The objective of this study was to determine whether certain retro-inverso peptides have the potential to act as synthetic vaccines in mice, when immunized by injection or orally. Immunization ofExpand
Oxygen carriage and carbonic anhydrase activity in the blood of a marsupial, the Tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii), during early development.
Blood O2 transport and Hb type have been studied in pouch young and adult of a marsupial, the Tammar Wallaby. The O2-Hb equilibrium curves (at 35.5 degrees C and PCO2 = 34 Torr) had a high P50 in theExpand
Inhibition of serum complement haemolytic activity by lipid vesicles containing phosphatidylserine
The effect of artificial model membranes on the complement system was investigated. Incubation of the model membranes with human serum resulted in consumption of complement haemolytic activity whenExpand
Carbonic anhydrase activity in the blood of adult sheep, fetal sheep and lambs.
The activity of carbonic anhydrase (E.C. (CA) has been measured in the blood of adult and fetal sheep and lambs. The mean activity in adult sheep was 0.89 enzyme units (EU) per 100 microgramsExpand