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Who likes it hot? A global analysis of the climatic, ecological, and evolutionary determinants of warming tolerance in ants
TLDR
It is found that ants that live in the canopies of hot, tropical forest are the most at risk, globally, from climate warming, where many, perhaps most, ant and other species on Earth live.
Synthesis of Triacylglycerols by the Acyl-Coenzyme A:Diacyl-Glycerol Acyltransferase Dga1p in Lipid Particles of the Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
TLDR
At least three different pathways are involved in the formation of storage TAG in the yeast, and an acyl-CoA-independent TAG synthase activity in lipid particles which is distinct from Dga1p and the phosphatidylcholine:DAGAT Lro1p is unveiled.
Triacylglycerol biosynthesis in yeast
  • D. Sorger, G. Daum
  • Biology, Medicine
    Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
  • 29 January 2003
TLDR
The interplay of these organelles, formation of LP, and enzymatic properties of enzymes catalyzing the synthesis of PA, DAG, and TAG in yeast are discussed in this communication.
A Yeast Strain Lacking Lipid Particles Bears a Defect in Ergosterol Formation*
TLDR
It is demonstrated that TAG synthesis contributes more efficiently to lipid particle proliferation than synthesis of STE, and proteins typically located to lipid particles in wild type such as Erg1p, Erg6p, and Ayr1p are refined to microsomal fractions of the dga1lro1are1are2 quadruple mutant.
A review of the Nearctic Odontomachus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Ponerinae) with a treatment of the males.
TLDR
This represents the first study of species-level variation in Odontomachus male genitalia, and one of the first of such studies of the Ponerinae for any biogeographic region.
Three new species of the army ant genus Aenictus SHUCKARD, 1840 (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Aenictinae) from Borneo and the Philippines
TLDR
Three new species of army ants from Sarawak, Borneo, Camiguin, and Cebu, the Philippines are described.
Taxon cycle predictions supported by model‐based inference in Indo‐Pacific trap‐jaw ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Odontomachus)
TLDR
There is strong evidence that habitat shifts from forest interior to open and disturbed habitats increased macroevolutionary dispersal rate and the phylogenetic predictions outlined in this study can be used in future work to evaluate the relative weights of neutral and non‐neutral processes in historical biogeography and community ecology.
A review of the Nearctic Odontomachus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Ponerinae) with a treatment of the males.
TLDR
This represents the first study of species-level variation in Odontomachus male genitalia, and one of the first of such studies of the Ponerinae for any biogeographic region.
On the ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Philippine Islands: V. The genus
TLDR
A review of the Philippine species of Odontomachus treats eleven species including two unnamed species and three species new to science, the majority of species belongs to the O. infandus group, and all known species are endemic to the Philippines.
On the ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Philippine Islands: IV. The genus Vombisidris BOLTON 1991
A b s t r a c t : The myrmicine ant genus Vombisidris BOLTON 1991 is recorded from the Philippines for the first time. One new species, Vombisidris philippina nov.sp., is described; it is rare, but
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