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CLINICAL STUDY: Cannabimimetic effects modulated by cholinergic compounds
Empirical data is provided regarding a new trend in the drug culture—cholinergic modulation of cannabinoid effects—that presents new research directions and is supported by forensic identification of adulterants and by use of a symptom causality algorithm.
Additional lichen records from New Zealand 50
Thirteen lichen species from 7 genera have been identified from Bario. The major metabolites present in these species were determined by thin-layer chromatography (TLC) and high performance liquid
Propagating the pale‐flowered kumarahou (Pomaderris hamiltonii) and kumarahou (Pomaderris kumeraho) from seeds
The response of both species to treatments which break physical dormancy may indicate an ecological role for high heat events such as fire, andEmbryo viability for both species is high while germination percentages were low, suggesting there are other barriers to germination.
Queensland Fruit Fly Invasion of New Zealand: Predicting Area Suitability Under Future Climate Change Scenarios
The Queensland fruit fly (Bactrocera tryoni) is a significant horticultural pest in Australia, and has also established in other parts of the Pacific. There is a significant risk to New Zealand of
Evolution of complex symbiotic relationships in a morphologically derived family of lichen-forming fungi.
The phylogenetic hypothesis supports the independent origin of lichenicolous fungi associated with climatic shifts at the Oligocene-Miocene boundary and provides novel insight into evolutionary relationships in this large and diverse family of Lichen-forming ascomycetes.
Distribution and community composition of lichens on mature mangroves (Avicennia marina subsp. australasica (Walp.) J.Everett) in New Zealand
Mangrove forests of a single trees species, Avicennia marina subsp. australasica are widespread in the upper North Island of New Zealand, but there is little available information on the diversity of
Spatial Distribution of the Mexican Daisy, Erigeron karvinskianus, in New Zealand under Climate Change
The invasive species Erigeron karvinskianus or Mexican daisy is considered a significant weed that impacts native forest restoration efforts in New Zealand. Mapping the potential distribution of this