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Chemical Composition of Inks of Diverse Marine Molluscs Suggests Convergent Chemical Defenses
The hypothesis that inking molluscs have the potential to use sensory disruption and/or phagomimicry as a chemical defense is supported. Expand
Essential oil variations in different Perilla L. accessions: chemotaxonomic implications
The seasonal influence on the main constituents could not change the status of the different chemotypes distinguished or enhance the veracity of the differentiation of eight chemotypes, and suggested that it may not always be possible to establish a correlation between the traditional morphological taxonomy and chemotypes. Expand
Plastome phylogenomic analysis of Torreya (Taxaceae)
Phylogenetic inference using a maximum likelihood framework resolved Torreya as a monophyletic clade and strong supported relationships within the genus include the position of the early diverging T. jackii Chun, the two sister pairs T. and T. grandis Fortune ex Lindl.–T. Expand
Plastome Evolution in Dolomiaea (Asteraceae, Cardueae) Using Phylogenomic and Comparative Analyses
This study constitutes the first investigation on the sequence and structural variation, phylogenetic utility and positive selection of plastomes of Dolomiaea, which will facilitate further studies of its taxonomy, evolution and conservation. Expand
Identification of gibberellin acid-responsive proteins in rice leaf sheath using proteomics.
The data suggest that metabolic pathways are the main target of regulation by GAs during rice development, and these results provide new information about the involvement of GAs in rice development. Expand
Effects of the brown algae Sargassum horneri and Saccharina japonica on survival, growth and resistance of small sea urchins Strongylocentrotus intermedius
A feeding experiment was conducted to investigate the survival, growth and gonadal development of small S. intermedius fed S. horneri, and it is suggested that S. japonica is more suitable for the areas with cold water mass in summer, because it can effectively avoid or reduce the negative impacts of acute changes of water temperature on sea urchins. Expand
Chemical compositions and repellent activity of Clerodendrum bungei Steud. essential oil against three stored product insects.
This work suggests that the EO of C. bungei has promising potential to develop into botanical repellents for the control of pest damage in warehouses and grain stores. Expand
The potential contribution of cymene isomers to insecticidal and repellent activities of the essential oil from Alpinia zerumbet
Abstract In this work, the essential oils (EOs) of Alpinia zerumbet (Pers.) Burtt. et Smith were extracted from different organs (stems, leaves, flowers and fruits). The GC-MS analysis showed thatExpand