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Chemical Interactions in the Cactus-Microorganism-Drosophila Model System of the Sonoran Desert
SYNOPSIS. The Cactus-Microorganism-Drosophila Model System of the Sonoran Desert represents an excellent paradigm of the role of chemistry in plant-animal interactions. In this system, four speciesExpand
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Morphological and molecular data against the monophyly of Dendromurinae ( Muridae : Rodentia )
For the first time, the eight known genera of Dendromurinae have been studied in a comparative analysis of their morphological characteristics, mainly dental ones. Phylogenetic interpretations basedExpand
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DEVELOPMENT OF LARVAE OF THE FRENCH GRUNT , HAEMULON FLAVOLINEATUM , AND COMPARATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF TWELVE SPECIES OF WESTERN ATLANTIC HAEMULON ( PERCOIDEI , HAEMULIDAE ) Kenyon
Developmental series were constructed for postflexion larvae of 6 and early juveniles of 12 species of western Atlantic Haemulon from reared wild-caught larvae; seine, nightlight and rotenoneExpand
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Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease
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Genetic admixture between the Iberian endemic lizards Podarcis bocagei and Podarcis carbonelli : evidence for limited natural hybridization and a bimodal hybrid zone
When recently diverged taxa come into contact, the extent of introgression between them is related to the degree of differentiation that they have achieved. Studying contact zones is thereforeExpand
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Flubendiamide inflicts tissue damage and alters detoxification status in non-target dipteran insect , Drosophila melanogaster
This study aims to assess the safety of a lepidopteran insecticide, Flubendiamide, in a non-target dipteran model insect, Drosophila melanogaster, at tissue/cellular and enzyme/protein levels.Expand
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Esterase Zymograms as an Assay for Detection of Resistant Populations of Diamondback Moth
Five strains of Sheh-Tzu diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (L.), showing different levels of malathion resistance, were successfully obtained by single-female mating method within 4 years andExpand
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Current Status of Developmental Immunotoxicity: Early-Life Patterns and Testing
Developmental immunotoxicity (DIT) occurs when exposure to environmental risk factors prior to adulthood, including chemical, biological, physical, or physiological factors, alters immune systemExpand
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Introns in chloroplast protein-coding genes of land plants
Several protein-coding genes from land plant chloroplasts have been shown to contain introns. The majority of these introns resemble the fungal mitochondrial group II introns due to considerableExpand
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HARELIP IN THE HOUSE MOUSE
HE character “harelip and cleft palate” is definitely inherited T (REED and SNELL, 1931). Though there are various degrees of expression of harelip and cleft palate, the general condition, regardlessExpand
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