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Phylogenetic Relationships Of Some Wild Wheat Species Based On The Internal Transcribed Spacer Sequences Of Nrdna
(Indian Acad Sciences, 2009)
The cultivated wheat, Triticum aestivum, is one of the most important staple crops in the world. There has been great interest in the determination of ancestral diploid genome donors of T. aestivum - an allohexaploid, ...
Characterization Of Type I, Iii And V Collagens In High-Density Cultured Tenocytes By Triple-Immunofluorescence Technique
The purpose of this study is to examine the intracellular distribution of collagen types I, III and V in tenocytes using triple-label immunofluorescence staining technique in high-density tenocyte culture on Filter Well ...
Cephalic Secretions Of The Bumblebee Subgenus Sibiricobombus Vogt Suggest Bombus Niveatus Kriechbaumer And Bombus Vorticosus Gerstaecker Are Conspecific (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Bombus)
(Springer France, 2005)
Three taxa of the subgenus Sibiricobombus live in the Near-East mountain steppes: Bombus niveatus, B. sulfureus and B. vorticosus. The latter is also present in the Balkan. B. niveatus and B. vorticosus can only be ...
Characterization Of Beta-Galactosidase From Alternaria Alternata On Solid-State Cultivation
(Chiriotti Editori, 2009)
The effects of orange peel, lemon peel, apple peel, wheat-bran and watermelon peel on beta-galactosidase production from Alternaria alternata were studied. Beta-galactosidase (EC-126.96.36.199) was produced best by solid-state ...
Effects Of Honey As A Scolicidal Agent On The Hepatobiliary System
(Baishideng Publ Grp Co Ltd, 2008)
AIM: To examine the effects of 10% diluted honey, which has been shown to be scolicidal, on the liver and biliary system and determine whether it could be used as a scolicidal agent in the presence of biliary-cystic ...
A Review of Capoeta Tinca, with Descriptions of Two New Species from Turkey (Teleostei : Cyprinidae)
(Museum Histoire Naturelle, 2006)
Fishes previously referred to Capoeta tinca in Turkey and Georgia belong to three species: C tinca in rivers draining to the Marmara Sea, C baliki, new species, in rivers draining to the Southwestern Black Sea, and C ...