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Three-phase partitioning of trypsin inhibitor from legume seeds.
Trypsin inhibitor from 3 legume seeds: fractionation and proteolytic inhibition study.
- Richa Kusuma Wati, T. Theppakorn, S. Benjakul, S. Rawdkuen
- Biology, MedicineJournal of food science
- 1 April 2010
The result indicated that the precipitate IV from these legumes have potential for use as a protease inhibitor in fishery related products.
Antimicrobial Activity of Necklace Orchids is Phylogenetically Clustered and can be Predicted With a Biological Response Method
Comparative bioprospecting for a group of wild orchids using EBDCS organ targeted and biological response methods found the biological response classification method is a more effective tool in finding hot nodes amongst clades of species with high medicinal potential.
Extraction of trypsin inhibitor from three legume seeds of the Royal Project Foundation.
The inhibitory activities of the inhibitor from these legumes were lost when they were treated with β-mercaptoethanol, indicating the subunit of polypeptide in its composition.
A Linnaeus NG interactive key to the species of Glomera (Orchidaceae, Coelogyninae) from Southeast Asia
Anyone with an interest in wild orchids in Southeast Asia to contribute new observations to update current information on the distribution of these overlooked plants as a first step for a taxonomic revision and to gain more insight into their conservation status is urged.
Expansion of the orchid genus Coelogyne (Arethuseae; Epidendroideae) to include Bracisepalum, Bulleyia, Chelonistele, Dendrochilum, Dickasonia, Entomophobia, Geesinkorchis, Gynoglottis, Ischnogyne,…
- M. Chase, B. Gravendeel, B. P. Sulistyo, Richa Kusuma Wati, A. Schuiteman
- 6 July 2021
The necessary combinations and new names are made to make the first option possible: lumping all of these in the oldest genus, in this case Coelogyne, distinguishing two genera corresponding to the two main clades in the alliance.
Figure 2 from: Wati RK, van Vugt RR, Gravendeel B (2018) A Linnaeus NG interactive key to the species of Glomera (Orchidaceae, Coelogyninae) from Southeast Asia. PhytoKeys 110: 9-22.…
Figure 1 from: Wati RK, van Vugt RR, Gravendeel B (2018) A Linnaeus NG interactive key to the species of Glomera (Orchidaceae, Coelogyninae) from Southeast Asia. PhytoKeys 110: 9-22.…