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Aleuritopteris farinosa

Known as: Aleuritopteris farinosa (Forssk.) Fee, Pteris farinosa, Pteris farinosa Forssk. 
National Institutes of Health

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2018
2018
Isaria farinosa is a pathogen of alpine Thitarodes larvae that are hosts for the Chinese medicinal fungus, Ophiocordyceps… 
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2018
2018
BackgroundSteroid compounds are very interesting substrates for biotransformation due to their high biological activity and a… 
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2015
2015
Despite recent advances in down-stream processing, production of microalgae remains substantially limited because of economical… 
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2012
Review
2012
Knowledge of the occurrence, distribution and diversity of pathogens of insects and arachnids (entomopathogens) in the Arctic is… 
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2010
2010
Wild edible plants contribute significantly to the diets of populations in the hot, arid regions of the western Sahel, especially… 
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2008
2008
Three range grasses viz., Bothriochloa pertusa (L.) A. Camus, Dichanthium annulatum Forssk and Panicum antidotale Retz were… 
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2004
2004
SummaryOn the basis of Golgi preparations the neuronal elements of the lamina ganglionaris (first synaptic region of the visual… 
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2004
2004
Container grownEncelia farinosa were exposed to three 3-hr episodes of acidic fog (pH 2.5) typical of events in southern… 
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1994
1994
A halotolerant yeast, Pichia farinosa KK1 strain, produces a unique killer toxin termed SMK toxin (salt-mediated killer toxin… 
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1973
1973
Short exposure of the spores of Cheilanthes farinosa to low intensity red light promotes their germination, which is not reversed… 
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