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Die Redoxpigmente von Carausius morosus und ihre Bedeutung für den morphologischen Farbwechsel
From the epidermis of Carausius morosus two ommochromes were isolated, and identified by various means as Xanthommatine and Ommine. Their amount was determined by photometry for animals of differentExpand
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Neuroactive compounds in the brain of the honeybee during imaginal life
Abstract 1. In the brains of worker honeybees ( Apis mellifera carnica ) corresponding to different stages in the life span, we measured the content of GABA, glutamate, acetylcholine, eholine,Expand
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Über die Katalaseaktivität in Bienenhonig aus der Tracht der Heidekrautgewächse (Ericaceae)
SummaryCatalase is a natural component of honey. The enzyme, which originates in pollen and nectar, has a destroying effect on the antibacterially acting honey inhibine.Honey ofEricaceae-Expand
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Eine chemische Analyse der Augenfarbmutanten von Apis mellifica
The striking phenotype of fourteen eye-colour mutants of the honey bee (Apis mellifica) has been analysed chemically. The substances producing the eye colour of the mutants have been identified andExpand
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The caffeoylics as a new family of natural antiviral compounds
Considering some of the best-known reviews on antiviral chemotherapy [i-3], there has been on the one hand an obvious increase in knowledge both of antivirotically active compounds and of modes ofExpand
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Quantitative untersuchungen zur tryptophan → ommochrom-reaktionskette bei wildtyp und mutanten der honigbiene Apis mellifera
Abstract Quantitative studies on the tryptophan → ommochrome pathway are made in wildtype and mutant honey bees, Apis mellifera. The screening pigments xanthommatin and ommins are found in the beeExpand
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