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Xenorhabdus luminescens (DNA hybridization group 5) from human clinical specimens.
An unusual isolate from a human leg wound was identified as Xenorhabdus luminescens. This finding led to the discovery or isolation of four additional strains, two from blood and two from wounds.Expand
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Recent and fossil resins from New Zealand and Australia
The carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of fossil resins from New Zealand and Australia have been compared with those of modern and semifossilized materials. The great majority of theExpand
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AMBER FROM THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: ANALYSIS BY NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY
The carbon-13 NMR spectra of amber from several mining sites in the Dominican Republic show considerable variation. In certain cases the differences are sufficiently distinct to serve as a reliableExpand
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Amber: the organic gemstone.
Resins are produced by woody plants on a worldwide basis. We have found several distinct classes of modern diterpenoid resins based phenomenologically on the solid-state (13)C NMR spectra of the bulkExpand
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Fossil habrotrochid rotifers in Dominican amber
Flask-shaped microfossils are reported from bracts of a moss in Eocene-Oligocene amber from the northern Dominican Republic. These microfossils are identical with the thecae of certain livingExpand
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Hymenaea protera sp.n. (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae) from Dominican amber has African affinities
Hymenaea protera is described from amber originating from La Toca mine in the Dominican Republic. The fossil species is characterized by the presence of reduced petals as well as distinctly clawedExpand
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Analysis of North American amber by carbon‐13 NMR spectroscopy
Amber from the Cretaceous and Tertiary periods in North America is characterized for the first time by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Cretaceous samples from Cedar Lake in western CanadaExpand
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Étude du parasitisme des simulies (Diptera, Simuliidae) par des Mermithidae (Nematoda) en Afrique de l'Ouest : description de deux nouvelles espèces de Gastromermis
From material collected by R. Le Berre in 1972 and by J. J. Petersen and B. Mondet in 1975, two new species of Mermithidae are described from blackfly larvae, including Simulium damnosum s.l., forExpand
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Serratia marcescens as a pathogen of tsetse flies.
When applied to the ears of rabbits used as hosts for tsetse flies, the bacterium Serratia marcescens produced significant mortality in populations of Glossina m. morsitans and G. pallidipes. AfterExpand
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