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Peptidomic comparison and characterization of the major components of the venom of the giant ant Dinoponera quadriceps collected in four different areas of Brazil.
Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) Associated with Umbu (Spondias tuberosa) in the Semiarid Region of Bahia, Brazil
The umbu tree is important from an economic and social standpoint to many populations in Bra-zil’s northeast due to its edible fruit and high tol-erance to drought, and rural communities in thesemiarid region can increase their incomethrough selective extraction of umbu fruit during the prolonged drought periods.
Structure of the sting apparatus and associated exocrine glands in Dinoponera quadriceps (Santschi, 1921) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
This is the first structural description of the sting apparatus, the venon and Dufour glands in D. quadriceps, and, specifically, the convoluted gland shows that the cells are in direct contact with the venom.
Guildas de formigas associadas à serapilheira no distrito de Brejinho das Ametistas, Caetité, BA / Ant Guilds associated with litter in the district of Brejinho das Ametistas, Caetité, BA
91. Proteomic analyses of the Venom from the Giant Ant Dinoponera quadriceps: A Comparative Study and Characterization of the Major Components of the Venom Derived from 4 Different Areas of Brazil