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Nakazawaea holstii

Known as: Nakazawaea holstii (Wick.) Y.Yamada et al., Pichia holstii (Wickerham) Kurtzman, Hansenula holstii Wickerham 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2017
2017
Primate seed dispersal plays an important role in forest regeneration. It may be particularly important to anthropogenically… Expand
2007
2007
A total of 105 yeast strains were isolated from Moroccan olive oil production plants and evaluated for their ability to grow in… Expand
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2007
2007
............................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4 Material and methods ......................................................................................................................................................... 5 Results ................................................................................................................................................................................ 7 Mecistocephalidae of the Japanese and Taiwanese islands ................................................................................................ 7 Arrup Chamberlin, 1912 ............................................................................................................................................. 7 Arrup holstii (Pocock, 1895) ............................................................................................................................. 8 Arrup sauteri (Silvestri, 1919) ........................................................................................................................ 11 Arrup dentatus (Takakuwa, 1934) ................................................................................................................... 13 Arrup obtusus (Takakuwa, 1934) .................................................................................................................... 15 Arrup areolatus (Shinohara, 1957) ................................................................................................................. 16 Arrup ishiianus n. sp. ...................................................................................................................................... 17 Arrup kyushuensis n. sp. .................................................................................................................................. 19 Arrup lilliputianus n. sp. ................................................................................................................................. 22 Arrup longicalix n. sp. ..................................................................................................................................... 23 Agnostrup Foddai, Bonato, Pereira & Minelli, 2003 ................................................................................................ 24 Agnostrup paucipes (Miyosi, 1955) ................................................................................................................ 26 Dicellophilus Cook, 1896 ......................................................................................................................................... 26 Dicellophilus pulcher (Kishida, 1928) ............................................................................................................ 27 Mecistocephalus Newport, 1843 ............................................................................................................................... 30 Mecistocephalus nannocornis Chamberlin, 1920 ........................................................................................... 30 Mecistocephalus momotoriensis Takakuwa, 1938 .......................................................................................... 32 Mecistocephalus satumensis Takakuwa, 1938 ................................................................................................ 34 Mecistocephalus rubriceps Wood, 1862 ......................................................................................................... 35 Mecistocephalus monticolens Chamberlin, 1920 ........................................................................................... 38 Mecistocephalus mikado Attems, 1928 .......................................................................................................... 39 Mecistocephalus brevisternalis Takakuwa, 1934 ........................................................................................... 41 Mecistocephalus marmoratus Verhoeff, 1934 ................................................................................................ 42 Mecistocephalus ongi Takakuwa, 1934 .......................................................................................................... 44 Mecistocephalus longichilatus Takakuwa, 1936 ............................................................................................ 45 Mecistocephalus multidentatus Takakuwa, 1936 ............................................................................................ 47 Mecistocephalus pauroporus Takakuwa, 1936 ............................................................................................... 48 Mecistocephalus yamashinai Takakuwa, 1936............................................................................................... 49 Mecistocephalus changi n. sp. ........................................................................................................................ 51 Mecistocephalus karasawai n. sp. .................................................................................................................. 53 
2005
2005
ZusammenfassungIn Pflanzen vonImpatiens Holstii, die durch ihren stark verzweigten Wuchs sowie durch deformierte Blätter ein… Expand
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2004
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2004
Via a field study of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) and gorillas (Gorilla gorilla beringei) in Bwindi Impenetrable… Expand
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2004
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2004
Abscisic acid (ABA) induces formation of a set of proteins in the xerophilic liverwortExormotheca holstii. Some of them have… Expand
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2003
2003
Cussonia holstii is a traditional medicinal plant used in Kenya, which has not been studied chemically up-to-date. Upon… Expand
2000
2000
Aqueous extracts from the African plant Myrianthus holstii potently inhibited the infection of the T-lymphoblastoid cell line… Expand
1970
1970
SUMMARY: Diploid isolates of Hansenula holstii Wick, and H. wingei Wick. usually produce two or three ascospores per ascus. An… Expand
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