A study on venom proteins of Iurus dufoureius asiaticus Birula, 1903 (Scorpiones: Iuridae).
The scorpion Iurus dufoureius asiaticus (Birula 1903) which is the largest scorpion in Europe and Turkey belongs to the family Iuridae and is endemic in Turkey. No data has been found about the venom…
Two new species and new records of lichen-feeding darkling beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Helopini) from Turkey with notes on bionomics and trophic relations.
Two distinctive darkling beetle species of the tribe Helopini are described from the Southeastern Anatolia region of Turkey, based on both their external morphology and genital structures, and new data on distribution, bionomics, and trophic relations are given.
The genus Gunarus Des Gozis, 1886 belongs to the subtribe Cylindrinotina (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae: Helopini)
The genus Gunarus Des Gozis, 1886 is transferred from the subtribes Helopina to the subtribe Cylindrinotina based on the structure of male aedeagus and presence of posterior ventral grooves of lower aspect of eye in the type species Gunarus hirtulus.
Taxonomic review of the genus Armenohelops Nabozhenko, 2002 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) with additional support of the mitochondrial COI gene sequences
Eustenomacidius egeuniversitatis sp.n. - the first record of thetenebrionid genus in Turkey (Insecta: Coleoptera)
This work was supported by a grant from the European Union’s Fundamental Rights Fund, which aims to promote human rights in Europe and contribute towards the sustainable development of Europe.
Rod-Shaped Bivalents indicate new assemblage among Anatolian Water Frog Populations
It is clear that at least two separate species are present in Anatolia; one of them is possibly Rana ridibunda from the north and the second is closer to the Balkan species Rana epeirotica and Rana shqiperica.
Cytogenetics of Accanthopus velikensis (Piller et Mitterpacher, 1783) (Tenebrionidae: Helopini)
Lactate dehydrogenase, malate dehydrogenase ve superosid dismutase phenotypes of Izmir waterfrog populations.
How Epstein-Barr virus envelope glycoprotein gp350 tricks the CR2? A molecular dynamics study.
Fibrinogenolytic activity of venom proteins of Montivipera xanthina (Gray, 1849) (Ophidia: Viperidae)
Venom proteins, digestion patterns of fibrinogen chains with venom and the effects of protease inhibitors on M. xanthina venom proteases are analyzed to suggest the presence of both metalloproteinases and serine proteases in M. Xanthine venom.