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Phylogeny of Greya (Lepidoptera: Prodoxidae), based on nucleotide sequence variation in mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I and II: congruence with morphological data.
The phylogeny of Greya Busck (Lepidoptera: Prodoxidae) was inferred from nucleotide sequence variation across a 765-bp region in the cytochrome oxidase I and II genes of the mitochondrial genome.Expand
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Vitamin A and reproduction in rats
Retinoic acid (vitamin A acid), the carboxylic acid corresponding to the primary alcohol retinol (vitamin A), has previously been thought to fulfil all the functions of vitamin A except in vision,Expand
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Phylogeography and host association in a pollinating seed parasite Greya politella (Lepidoptera: Prodoxidae)
Inferring the historical context of ecological diversification is an important step in understanding the way that population‐level processes result in a diversity of species and interactions inExpand
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Disturbance and the Dispersal of Fleshy Fruits
Fruits of Prunus serotina, Phytolacca americana, and Vitis vulpina were placed during separate trials in forest sites that varied in the degree to which the forest canopy was disturbed. Removal ratesExpand
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Simultaneous fluorometric determinations of vitamins A and E in human serum and plasma
Abstract A simple rapid fluorometric method for simultaneously determining vitamin A and vitamin E in human blood has been described. Interference from phytofluene in the vitamin A assay wasExpand
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N‐Acetylglucosamine kinase and N‐acetylglucosamine 6‐phosphate deacetylase in normal human erythrocytes and Plasmodium falciparum
The major pathways of glucose metabolism in the malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum, have now been elucidated, and the structures and properties of parasite‐specific enzymes are presently beingExpand
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Distribution of alpha-tocopherol in human plasma lipoproteins.
Lipoproteins were removed from human plasma by ultracentrifugation at a density of 1.225. Three classes of lipoproteins were then separated by 4% Agarose-column chromatography: very low densityExpand
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Enzymic pathways of hyaluronan catabolism.
The enzymic degradation of hyaluronan in mammalian tissues takes place in two phases, encompassing breakdown of the polysaccharide to its monosaccharide constituents and subsequent utilization of theExpand
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Bile duct obstruction: radiologic evaluation of level, cause, and tumor resectability.
In a prospective study of 65 patients with bile duct obstruction, various radiologic modalities were compared for their capability to demonstrate the level and cause of obstruction and to indicateExpand
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