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On the pharmacology of bromelain: an update with special regard to animal studies on dose-dependent effects.
- H. Lotz-Winter
- Medicine, BiologyPlanta medica
- 1 June 1990
Bromelain, a standardized complex of proteases from the pineapple plant, is absorbed unchanged from the intestine of animals at a rate of 40%; in animal experiments it was found to have primarily…
Comprehensive analysis of the volatilome of Scytinostroma portentosum
- Vanessa Rühl, H. Lotz-Winter, Anna Neuss, M. Piepenbring, H. Zorn, M. Rühl
- BiologyMycological Progress
- 1 April 2018
A comprehensive aroma active volatilome of S. portentosum is presented and the main odour compounds were 3-chloroindole responsible for the typical mothball odour, the mushroom odours oct-1-en-3-ol, methyl p-anisate having an anise-like smell, the bloomy and sweet smelling terpenes linalool and nerolidol, as well as benzylacetone and methyl hexadecanoate.
Temporal variation of fungal diversity in a mosaic landscape in Germany
A new species of the elm powdery mildew species complex (Erysiphaceae) on Chinese elm (Ulmus parvifolia) in East Asia segregated from Erysiphe ulmi
Morphologically, both powdery Erysiphe species on elms can be distinguished by length of the foot cell of the conidiophore, whereas the teleomorph characteristics were not significantly distinctive.
Occurrence and chemotaxonomical analysis of amatoxins in Lepiota spp. (Agaricales).
Secondary conidia observed in Bartheletia paradoxa.
New collections of this fungal species are reported and also a new phenotypic phenomenon in its life cycle, i.e. the formation of secondary conidia, which are supposed to enhance either short or long-range dispersal of B. paradoxa.
New and interesting species of Agaricomycetes from Panama
- K. Reschke, H. Lotz-Winter, C. Fischer, T. Hofmann, M. Piepenbring
- Biology, Environmental SciencePhytotaxa
- 30 December 2021
Four species of Agaricomycetes recently collected in Panama are described as new to science, two in Agaricales, namely Gliophorus roseus and Humidicutis roseorubra, and a lichenised species in Cantharellales, called Multiclavula caput-serpentis are described and illustrated.