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- Organisms, Genetically Modified
- Plant Families and Groups
- Plant Components
- Plants, Edible
Articles on Plants
In silico prediction of the cosmetic whitening effects of naturally occurring lead compounds.
The identification of tyrosinase inhibitors is important, not only for the treatment of skin hyperpigmentation disorders, such as melasma, but also for the production of cosmetic whitening effects. The aim of this study was the in silico prediction of the naturally occurring lead com...
Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) natural diets: comparing iron levels across seasons and geographical locations.
Although excessive iron storage in black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) has been a cause for continuous concern over the last four decades and differences in the iron content of diet items fed in captivity and in the wild have been documented, no reports exist on the iron content of t...
IOD in rhinos--nutrition group report: Report from the Nutrition Working Group of the International Workshop on Iron Overload Disorder in Br...
Browse diversity and iron loading in captive sumatran rhinoceroses (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis): a comparison of sanctuary and zoological popu...
We retrospectively compared captive management conditions of Sumatran rhinoceroses housed under traditional zoological care with those in two native sanctuary environments. In general, zoo rhinoceroses are offered a paucity of plants and browse species compared with their sanctuary and wild counterp...
Abstracts of the 2012 World Congress on In Vitro Biology. June 3-7, 2012. Bellevue, Washington, USA.
Control of cytoplasmic translation in plants.
Translational control provides cells with a mechanism to rapidly control gene expression in a reversible manner in response to environmental and developmental cues. It involves the dynamic, coordinated activity of numerous factors that direct the synthesis of proteins with precision...
The phylogenetic composition and structure of soil microbial communities shifts in response to elevated carbon dioxide.
One of the major factors associated with global change is the ever-increasing concentration of atmospheric CO(2). Although the stimulating effects of elevated CO(2) (eCO(2)) on plant growth and primary productivity have been established, its impacts on the diversity and function of s...
Virtually all studies of structure and assembly of viral filaments have been made on plant and bacterial viruses. Structures have been determined using fiber diffraction methods at high enough resolution to construct reliable molecular models or several of the rigid plant tobamovirus...
Efficacy of plant-derived and synthetic compounds on clothing as repellents against Ixodes scapularis and Amblyomma americanum (Acari: Ixodi...
We conducted field trials to compare the relative repellent activity of two natural product compounds (nootkatone and carvacrol) with commercially available plant-derived (EcoSMART organic insect repellent) and permethrin-based (Repel Permanone) repellents against adult Ixodes scapularis Say and Amb...
How do plants achieve immunity? Defence without specialized immune cells.
Vertebrates have evolved a sophisticated adaptive immune system that relies on an almost infinite diversity of antigen receptors that are clonally expressed by specialized immune cells that roam the circulatory system. These immune cells provide vertebrates with extraordinary antigen...