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The invasive Chinese pond mussel Sinanodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834) as a host for native symbionts in European waters
The results show that S. woodiana can affect directly and indirectly water habitats and the vulnerability of infection with symbionts depends on ecosystem conditions, and it occurs that even considerable climate differences do not pose a barrier for exotic mussels to spread.
Chinese pond mussel Sinanodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834) (Bivalvia): origin of the Polish population and GenBank data
The genetic analysis and available documentation unambiguously confirm that Polish populations of S. woodiana derive from a source population in Hungary, and doubtful identification of this species in GenBank data is noticed.
Color and Chemical Reactions of Selected Sesquiterpene Lactones and Ecdysones from Asteraceae on TLC Plates
The significance of sesquiterpene lactones occurring in the Asteraceae family is well known. These compounds are thought to be useful chemotaxonomic markers, especially in genera and species of
Research priorities for freshwater mussel conservation assessment
Freshwater mussels are declining globally, and effective conservation requires prioritizing research and actions to identify and mitigate threats impacting mussel species. Conservation priorities
A double‐blind, placebo‐controlled randomized trial of Serratulae quinquefoliae folium, a new source of β‐arbutin, in selected skin hyperpigmentations
The HPLC method showed that the solid content of this compound in the dried plant raw material accounts for 6.86% and the leaves of Serratula quinquefolia do not contain hydroquinone.
Rooks (Corvus frugilegus) dine on snails in Poland
[(PbO)0.20-x . (Bi2O3)0.40 . (B2O3)0.40]: (TiO2)x, 0.0 = 0.8 mol% in the glass matrix. The optical absorption spectra of these glasses exhibited bands due to Ti3+ ions in the visible region. ESR
[Cigarette smoking and its influence on skin aging].
It has been observed that the skin of smoking addicts at the age of 40 years resembles skin of non-smoking 70 year old adults, where further damage can be avoided by stopping smoking.
Co-occurrence of Sinanodonta woodiana with native Unionidae in the lower Oder
Monitoring of S. woodiana in Poland confirmed that the species spreads easily by colonizing waters of various types, which in the future may lead to the formation of large populations.
The current invasion status of Anodonta woodiana (Lea, 1934) in Poland — study of habitat parameters
The study of fish ponds have confirmed the presence of nine new locations of Anodonta woodiana in Poland, with strong and vital populations. These are examples of Chinese pond mussels accidentally