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Volume 6 (2010), Issue 9 (September)

  1. Tracking salmonella contamination in various watersheds and phenotypic and genotypic diversity.
    Foodborne Pathog Dis, 7(9): 1113-20. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  2. Juvenile hormone III produced in male accessory glands of the longhorned beetle, Apriona germari, is transferred to female ovaries during copulation.
    Arch Insect Biochem Physiol, 75(1): 57-67. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  3. Herbivore physiological response to predation risk and implications for ecosystem nutrient dynamics.
    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 107(35): 15503-7. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  4. Antennal sensilla of the pine weevil Pissodes nitidus Roel. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
    Microsc Res Tech. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  5. Infectivity, pathogenicity, and virulence of Trypanosoma cruzi Isolates from sylvatic animals and vectors, and domestic dogs from the United States in ICR strain mice and SD strain rats.
    Am J Trop Med Hyg, 83(3): 519-22. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  6. Projected loss of a salamander diversity hotspot as a consequence of projected global climate change.
    PLoS One, 5(8). [Abstract] [Full-text]
  7. Durable panicle blast-resistance gene Pb1 encodes an atypical CC-NBS-LRR protein and was generated by acquiring a promoter through local genome duplication.
    Plant J. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  8. Local cluster of germ cell cancer in a cohort of male automotive workers in Germany not explained by previous or concurrent activities and exposures in farming and forestry.
    Cancer Epidemiol. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  9. Insulin nanoparticles for transdermal delivery: preparation and physicochemical characterization and in vitro evaluation.
    Drug Dev Ind Pharm, 36(10): 1177-85. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  10. Prolyl aminopeptidase from Streptomyces thermoluteus subsp. fuscus strain NBRC14270 and synthesis of proline-containing peptides by its S144C variant.
    Appl Environ Microbiol, 76(18): 6180-5. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  11. Aurifilum, a new fungal genus in the Cryphonectriaceae from Terminalia species in Cameroon.
    Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, 98(3): 263-78. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  12. The salt- and drought-inducible poplar GRAS protein SCL7 confers salt and drought tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana.
    J Exp Bot, 61(14): 4011-9. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  13. The cytoskeleton enhances gene expression in the response to the Harpin elicitor in grapevine.
    J Exp Bot, 61(14): 4021-31. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  14. Changes in growth and cell wall extensibility of maize silks following pollination.
    J Exp Bot, 61(14): 4097-107. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  15. Habitat evaluation of wild Amur tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) and conservation priority setting in north-eastern China.
    J Environ Manage. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  16. Removal of methylene blue from aqueous solution using cotton stalk, cotton waste and cotton dust.
    J Hazard Mater, 183(1): 421-7. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  17. Barrier films from renewable forestry waste.
    Biomacromolecules, 11(9): 2532-8. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  18. Tamarix hispida metallothionein-like ThMT3, a reactive oxygen species scavenger, increases tolerance against Cd(2+), Zn (2+), Cu (2+), and NaCl in transgenic yeast.
    Mol Biol Rep. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  19. Removal of methylene blue from aqueous solution using cotton stalk, cotton waste and cotton dust.
    J Hazard Mater, 183(1): 421-7. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  20. Leaf nitrogen dioxide uptake coupling apoplastic chemistry, carbon/sulfur assimilation, and plant nitrogen status.
    Plant Cell Rep, 29(10): 1069-77. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  21. Surface-induced rearrangement of polyelectrolyte complexes: influence of complex composition on adsorbed layer properties.
    Langmuir, 26(18): 14606-14. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  22. A new phenolic glycoside and cytotoxic constituents from Celosia argentea.
    J Asian Nat Prod Res, 12(9): 821-7. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  23. Season- and age-associated telomerase activity in Ginkgo biloba L.
    Mol Biol Rep. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  24. The blind men and the elephant: the impact of context and scale in evaluating conflicts between plant hydraulic safety and efficiency.
    Oecologia, 164(2): 287-96. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  25. Phytochemicals from Acacia confusa heartwood extracts reduce serum uric acid levels in oxonate-induced mice: their potential use as xanthine oxidase inhibitors.
    J Agric Food Chem, 58(18): 9936-41. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  26. Fast and simple droplet sampling of sap from plant tissues and capillary microextraction of soluble saccharides for picogram-scale quantitative determination with GC-MS.
    J Agric Food Chem, 58(18): 9931-5. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  27. Comparative evaluation of four competitive/blocking ELISAs for the detection of influenza A antibodies in horses.
    Vet Microbiol. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  28. Effects of occupation on risks of avoidable cancers in the Nordic countries.
    Eur J Cancer, 46(14): 2545-54. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  29. Salmonella prevalence in commercial raw shell eggs in Japan: a survey.
    Epidemiol Infect. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  30. Predator control of ecosystem nutrient dynamics.
    Ecol Lett, 13(10): 1199-209. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  31. The impact of future land use scenarios on runoff volumes in the Muskegon River Watershed.
    Environ Manage, 46(3): 351-66. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  32. Plants growing on contaminated and brownfield sites appropriate for use in Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development terrestrial plant growth test.
    Environ Toxicol Chem. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  33. Ectomycorrhizal community structure of different genotypes of Scots pine under forest nursery conditions.
    Mycorrhiza, 20(7): 473-81. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  34. Comparing forest fragmentation and its drivers in China and the USA with Globcover v2.2.
    J Environ Manage, 91(12): 2572-80. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  35. Attribute-based analysis of hunters' lease preferences.
    J Environ Manage, 91(12): 2565-71. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  36. Detection capacity, information gaps and the design of surveillance programs for invasive forest pests.
    J Environ Manage, 91(12): 2535-46. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  37. Impact of climatic and soil conditions on environmental fate of atrazine used under plantation forestry in Australia.
    J Environ Manage, 91(12): 2649-56. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  38. Particle properties of sugar maple hemicellulose hydrolysate and its influence on growth and metabolic behavior of Pichia stipitis.
    Bioresour Technol. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  39. Impact of climatic and soil conditions on environmental fate of atrazine used under plantation forestry in Australia.
    J Environ Manage, 91(12): 2649-56. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  40. Comparing forest fragmentation and its drivers in China and the USA with Globcover v2.2.
    J Environ Manage, 91(12): 2572-80. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  41. Attribute-based analysis of hunters' lease preferences.
    J Environ Manage, 91(12): 2565-71. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  42. Detection capacity, information gaps and the design of surveillance programs for invasive forest pests.
    J Environ Manage, 91(12): 2535-46. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  43. Impact of climatic and soil conditions on environmental fate of atrazine used under plantation forestry in Australia.
    J Environ Manage, 91(12): 2649-56. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  44. Comparing forest fragmentation and its drivers in China and the USA with Globcover v2.2.
    J Environ Manage, 91(12): 2572-80. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  45. Attribute-based analysis of hunters' lease preferences.
    J Environ Manage, 91(12): 2565-71. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  46. Detection capacity, information gaps and the design of surveillance programs for invasive forest pests.
    J Environ Manage, 91(12): 2535-46. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  47. Occupational injuries to Oregon workers 24 years and younger: An analysis of workers' compensation claims, 2000-2007.
    Am J Ind Med, 53(10): 984-94. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  48. Anti-tumor-initiating effects of spiro-biflavonoids from Abies sachalinensis.
    Chem Biodivers, 7(9): 2303-8. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  49. Oak forest exploitation and black-locust invasion caused severe shifts in epiphytic lichen communities in Northern Italy.
    Sci Total Environ, 408(22): 5506-12. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  50. Association genetics of traits controlling lignin and cellulose biosynthesis in black cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa, Salicaceae) secondary xylem.
    New Phytol. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  51. Anti-inflammatory activities of essential oils and their constituents from different provenances of indigenous cinnamon (Cinnamomum osmophloeum) leaves.
    Pharm Biol, 48(10): 1130-6. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  52. Intersex Frogs Concentrated in Suburban and Urban Landscapes.
    Ecohealth. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  53. A highly sensitive immuno-PCR assay for detection of H5N1 avian influenza virus.
    Mol Biol Rep. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  54. PsOr1, a potential target for RNA interference-based pest management.
    Insect Mol Biol. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  55. Use of two population metrics clarifies biodiversity dynamics in large-scale monitoring: the case of trees in Japanese old-growth forests : The need for multiple population metrics in large-scale monitoring.
    Environ Monit Assess. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  56. Microbial dynamics in a sequencing batch reactor treating alkaline peroxide mechanical pulp and paper process wastewater.
    Environ Sci Pollut Res Int, 17(9): 1599-605. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  57. Dissecting quantitative resistance against blast disease using heterogeneous inbred family lines in rice.
    Theor Appl Genet. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  58. Physiological performance of an Alaskan shrub (Alnus fruticosa) in response to disease (Valsa melanodiscus) and water stress.
    New Phytol. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  59. Lazy group members are substitute helpers in carrion crows.
    Proc Biol Sci, 277(1698): 3275-82. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  60. Colloid-facilitated transport of cesium in vadose-zone sediments: the importance of flow transients.
    Environ Sci Technol, 44(19): 7443-9. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  61. Two new flavones from Tridax procumbens Linn.
    Molecules, 15(9): 6357-64. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  62. A novel chloroplast protein, CEST induces tolerance to multiple environmental stresses and reduces photooxidative damage in transgenic Arabidopsis.
    J Exp Bot. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  63. Extracellular Production and Characterization of Two Streptomyces L: -Asparaginases.
    Appl Biochem Biotechnol. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  64. Reference gene selection for quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction in Populus.
    Anal Biochem. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  65. Detection and characterization of bovine-like coronaviruses from four species of zoo ruminants.
    Vet Microbiol. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  66. Northward invasion of the parasitic deer ked ( Lipoptena cervi), is there geographical variation in pupal size and development duration?
    Parasitology. [Abstract] [Full-text]
  67. Risk Factors for Campylobacter Colonization in Broiler Flocks in Japan.
    Zoonoses Public Health. [Abstract] [Full-text]
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