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Insects in hypoxia.
Prostaglandins and other eicosanoids in insects: biological significance.
TLDR
Prostaglandins and other eicosanoids are oxygenated metabolites of certain polyunsaturated fatty acids that act in insect reproductive biology, in ion transport physiology, and in fever response to infection as well as in protein exocytosis in tick salivary glands.
Eicosanoids in Invertebrate Signal Transduction Systems
TLDR
One that will refer to break the boredom in reading is choosing eicosanoids in invertebrate signal transduction systems as the reading material.
Insect cell culture and applications to research and pest management
TLDR
The history of insect cell culture is covered, some recent advances in the field are recounted, and a vision of the future is offered to reveal how insect cells work is offered.
Eicosanoid Actions in Insect Immunity
TLDR
Eicosanoids act in several cellular defense functions, including phagocytosis, microaggregation, nodulation, encapsulation, cell spreading and hemocyte migration toward a source of a bacterial peptide.
Eicosanoid actions in insect cellular immune functions
TLDR
Eicosanoids mediate phagocytosis, microaggregation, and nodulation reactions to immune challenge, as well as cell spreading, a specific step in nodulation, which is provided in this mini review.
Anoxia tolerance of con-familial tiger beetle larvae is associated with differences in energy flow and anaerobiosis
TLDR
Evidence is provided that tiger beetles differ in physiological responses to anoxia, and that these differences are correlated with flooding risk and with species distribution.
Eicosanoid Signaling in Insects: from Discovery to Plant Protection
TLDR
It is argued that because PGs and other eicosanoids act in emergency situations, they are visible targets for development and deployment of novel insect pest management technologies.
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