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Eicosanoids mediate insect nodulation responses to bacterial infections.
We propose that nodule formation is mediated by eicosanoids in insects. Nodulation is the temporally and quantitatively predominant cellular defense response to bacterial infection in insects andExpand
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The Common Language Infrastructure Annotated Standard
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From the Publisher The Common Language Infrastructure Annotated Standard is the definitive guide to understanding the annotated specification for the Common Language infrastructure (CLI) standard. Expand
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HOST‐PLANT RELATIONSHIPS IN THE PAPILIONIDAE (LEPIDOPTERA): PARALLEL CLADOGENESIS OR COLONIZATION?
Abstract— Stepwise coevolution, as defined by Ehrlich and Raven (1964) and others, can be equated with parallel cladogenesis or association by descent (Mitter and Brooks, 1983). I review theExpand
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Congruence of a phylogeny of Cordiaceae (Boraginales) inferred from ITS1 sequence data with morphology, ecology, and biogeography.
The phylogenetic relationships of Cordiaceae were investigated using ITS1 sequences from 50 ingroup taxa and three outgroup taxa. Molecular analyses suggest that Coldenia procumbens, traditionallyExpand
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Phylogeny of the neotropical moth tribe Josiini (Notodontidae: Dioptinae): comparing and combining evidence from DNA sequences and morphology
DNA sequences were gathered from mitochondrial COII and nuclear ribosomal 18S and 28S genes for 21 moth species in the tribe Josiini (Notodontidae: Dioptinae) and two outgroup genera. These dataExpand
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From capsules to nutlets—phylogenetic relationships in the Boraginales
Multiple family‐level subdivisions of Boraginales have been proposed in the past. The relationships of several constituent genera have been enigmatic, including Codon (Codonaceae), HoplestigmaExpand
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Generic revision of the Dioptinae (Lepidoptera, Noctuoidea, Notodontidae). (Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, no. 321)
970, [1] p., 48 p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps ; 26 cm. "Issued June 30, 2009." Includes bibliographical references (p. 884-903) and indexes. Contents: pt. 1. Dioptini; pt. 2. Josiini.
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Effects of benzylisoquinoline alkaloids on the larvae of polyphagous Lepidoptera
SummarySix benzylisoquinoline alkaloids were fed to the larvae of three polyphagous Lepidoptera species: Hyphantria cunea, Spodoptera eridania, and Lymantria dispar. Exposure of last instar larvae toExpand
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On the evolution and function of caltrop cornuti in Lepidoptera – potentially damaging male genital structures transferred to females during copulation
Males of many animal groups have spines on their intromittent organs, but cases in which these spines break off during copulation and remain in the female genital tract are rare. Deciduous,Expand
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