investigating phenotypic structures and allelochemical

Determination and characterization of genes involved

Determination and characterization of genes involved in toxic mechanisms of the prymnesiophyte Prymnesium parvum [Elektronische Ressource] / vorgelegt von Michael Frederick Freitag : Determination and characterization of genes involved in toxic mechanisms of the prymnesiophyte Prymnesium parvum Michael Frederick Freitag Dissertation zur Erlangung des Akademischen Grades eines Doktors der

Scarica gli Atti del congresso in formato PDF

Scarica gli Atti del congresso in formato PDF BOLLETTINO DEI MUSEI E DEGLI ISTITUTI BIOLOGICI DELL'UNIVERSIT DI GENOVA PUBLISHED SINCE 1889 EDITORIAL BOARD GIANCARLO ALBERTELLI ATTILIO ARILLO RICCARDO CATTANEO VIETTI MAURO GIORGIO MARIOTTI LIDIA ORSI RELINI MARIO PESTARINO ROBERTO PRONZATO SILVIO SPAN VOLUME 73 – 2011

An Assessment of Economic Gains of Off

Zara Ahmad 1 * Fazli Rabbi 2 Muhammad Zamin 3 Bushra Kiran 2 Tariq Shah 2 and Shahzad Kouser 4 1 Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics University of Agriculture Faisalabad Pakistan 2 Department of Economics and Development Studies University of Swat Pakistan 3 Department of Agriculture University of Swabi Pakistan 4 Department of Management Sciences COMSATS

The raison d'tre of chemical ecology

With these words Eisner and Meinwald (1995) reflected on the rise of chemical ecology as a field with widespread recognition of the importance of chemistry in mediating terrestrial organismal interactions and the maturation of the analytical techniques needed to identify them Shortly thereafter the parallel application of chemical ecological approaches to marine biology reached a critical

Investigating phenotypic structures and allelochemical

Plant resistance is an important component of integrated management of the melon fruit fly Bactrocera cucurbitae (Coquillett) owing to difficulties associated with its chemical control Various biophysical traits including fruit length fruit diameter fruit toughness number of the longitudinal ribs height of the longitudinal ribs number of small ridges depth of small ridges and pericarp

Genetic and genomic resources of sorghum to

Although the phenotypic differences between 'BTx623' and 'Rio' are stark the underlying genomic diversity in these two references pales in comparison of references of maize or rice as the new sorghum reference was selected specifically for understanding sugar metabolism and not capturing genetic distance other de novo assemblies of

Soil‐mediated eco‐evolutionary feedbacks in the

Invasive species are ideal for investigating possible eco‐evolutionary feedbacks because the invasive populations may be far from their fitness optima in novel environments are often in exponential phases of population growth and are frequently introduced multiple

Scientia Agricultura Sinica

2018-10-10Among the QTL the individual QTL could explain 5% to 64% of the phenotypic variation There were 3 2 and 2 QTL/fragments that interacted with locations for PH NN and NP respectively and the interactions associated with Fengyang could increase the value of phenotype which may be due to its higher latitude than that of Nanjing

Marine Drugs

The marine environment is home to a taxonomically diverse ecosystem Organisms such as algae molluscs sponges corals and tunicates have evolved to survive the high concentrations of infectious and surface-fouling bacteria that are indigenous to ocean waters Both macroalgae (seaweeds) and microalgae (diatoms) contain pharmacologically active compounds such as phlorotannins fatty acids

GCxGC LECO Publications

2018-1-12Naud Y Makuwa R and Maharaj V (2016) Investigating volatile compounds in the vapour phase of (1) a hot water infusion of rhizomes and of (2) rhizomes of siphonochilus aethiopicus using head space solid phase microextraction and gas chromatography with time of flight mass spectrometry South African Journal of Botany 106:144–148

Methods of Classifying and Identifying

Phenotypic Methods of Classifying and Identifying Microorganisms Classification seeks to describe the diversity of bacterial species by naming and grouping organisms based on similarities Microorganisms can be classified on the basis of cell structure cellular metabolism or on differences in cell components such as DNA fatty acids pigments

Evolution of a plant gene cluster in Solanaceae and

Plants produce a vast variety of different molecules known as secondary or specialized metabolites to attract pollinating insects such as bees or protect themselves against herbivores and pests The secondary metabolites are made from simple building blocks that are readily available in plants including amino acids fatty acids and sugars

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ejobios

EurAsian Journal of BioSciences (Eurasia J Biosci e-ISSN 1307-9867) is an international refereed electronic journal It publishes the results of original research in the field of biological sciences especially related to morphology physiology genetics ethnobiology ethnobotany taxonomy ecology and biogeography of both prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms

Quorum Quenching Mediated Approaches for Control

A numbers of structurally diverse autoinducers have been identified in Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria Most of them are either small (1000 Da) organic molecules or peptides with 5-20 amino acids [26 27] Gram-negative bacteria employ AHL 2-heptyl-3-hydroxy-4-quinolone fatty acid methyl esters long-chain fatty acids and a group of inter-convertible furanones derived from DPD

DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT OF NATURAL

2018-5-7Project Methods The approach includes a program of: (1) Discovery of secondary metabolites from natural resources with anti-infective and anti-cancer activities based on molecular and cell-based assays (2) Characterizing mechanisms of action selectivity toxicity and functional activity for the best candidate compounds with anti-microbial and anti-cancer properties in secondary assays and

GCxGC LECO Publications

2018-1-12Naud Y Makuwa R and Maharaj V (2016) Investigating volatile compounds in the vapour phase of (1) a hot water infusion of rhizomes and of (2) rhizomes of siphonochilus aethiopicus using head space solid phase microextraction and gas chromatography with time of flight mass spectrometry South African Journal of Botany 106:144–148

Functional Diversity of Diterpene Synthases in the

Diterpenoids constitute a diverse class of metabolites with critical functions in plant development defense and ecological adaptation Major monocot crops such as maize ( Zea mays ) and rice ( Oryza sativa ) deploy diverse blends of specialized diterpenoids as core components of biotic and abiotic stress resilience Here we describe the genome-wide identification and functional

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry

Cellular Redox-Related Transcription Factor Nrf2 Mediation of HaTrf Response to Host Plant Allelochemical 2-Tridecanone in Helicoverpa armigera Lei Zhang Shenglan Lv Ying Liu Liwen Yang Pei Liang and Xiwu Gao* Journal of Agricultural and

Indian Science Abstracts

003001 Srinivasan A Poorni Perianayaki S N P G Research Mathematics Dep Bishop Heber College (Autonomous) Tiruchirappalli-17 Mean and variance of the time to recruitment in a single graded manpower system having correlated inter-decision times associated with an univariate policy of recruitment when the threshold distribution in continuous 2008 34(1) 65-68

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry

Cellular Redox-Related Transcription Factor Nrf2 Mediation of HaTrf Response to Host Plant Allelochemical 2-Tridecanone in Helicoverpa armigera Lei Zhang Shenglan Lv Ying Liu Liwen Yang Pei Liang and Xiwu Gao* Journal of Agricultural and

Investigating phenotypic structures and allelochemical

2010-8-1The present study was designed to identify various biophysical (phenotypic structures) and biochemical (allelochemical compounds) fruit traits of bitter gourd genotypes associated with resistance against melon fruit fly in terms of fruit infestation and larval density under field

Progress in Understanding Harmful Algal Blooms:

2019-7-17The public health tourism fisheries and ecosystem impacts from harmful algal blooms (HABs) have all increased over the past few decades This has led to heightened scientific and regulatory attention and the development of many new technologies and approaches for research and management This in turn is leading to significant paradigm shifts with regard to e g our