SCIREA Journal of Biology (ISSN: 2995-388X)

SCIREA Journal of Biology is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Theodore Walker Jr.
Abstract: The Biology of the Cell Surface (1939a) by Ernest Everett Just is focused on marine egg cells and egg cell surfaces. By observing, experimenting with, and theorizing about egg cells, and cell surface mediated co-operation with sperm, other cells, and environment, E. E. Just contributed to developmental biology, evolutionary
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Peter Mantle
Abstract: Specificity of synthetic pheromone lures to trap plum and apple moth males is standard agricultural practice to predict timely application of insecticides to fruit trees. Compatibility of both lures in the same trap has long been accepted for capture of both in several two-moth combinations, but any specificity for their re
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WEI LIANMENG
Abstract: According to the concepts, methods and principles of cladistics, and through the discovery of  many synapomorphy, patristic relationship, ancestral-descendant sequence transformation  characters, (recency of common ancestor), in particular, the recurrence of the ancestral-descendant sequence transformation characters in mon
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Xiang-Xi Mike Xu, Elizabeth R. Smith
Abstract: Epithelial cells comprise the surface layers that cover tissues and organs, and by definition, exhibit an asymmetric surface domain and hence apical-basal polarity. The development of early mammalian embryos, from a fertilized oocyte to a blastocyst and implanted embryo, provides an excellent system to observe the formatio
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Čulić Vida, Robert Vulić, Maja Radman, Tamara Bošnjak, Jasminka Rešić Karara, Maria Lopatkina, Igor Lebedev
Abstract: In this study we presented several patients with genital infections during pregnancy, perinatal infection, de novo genetics syndromes, sterility problems and spontaneous abortions with HSV1, HSV2, CMV, Adeno, Parvo B19, RSV, EBV and Coxsackie virus. Spontaneous abortion were provoked (or at least associated) with viral infe
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Joseph M. Schulz, Alejandro Tamayo Garcia, Chloe Muriel Bell Moulin, Isabella Delia Altilio Bove, Xiang-Xi (Mike) Xu
Abstract: Adipose tissues distribute throughout the mammalian organs, though large deposits localize at specific anatomical sites, such as visceral, subcutaneous, intermuscular, and intramuscular fats. The embryonic origin of adipose tissues has been mapped using genetic mutant mice, and multiple lineages of adipose progenitor cells
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Matthias Hartung
Abstract: Forty-four specimens of the Calopteryx splendens/ balcanica complex of the Peloponnesus and adjacent areas have been found and were analyzed by different methods. The aim of this study is to characterize a Calopteryx form with broad wings found 1979 in the Peloponnesus. The length and width of the fore wings of all found sp
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Jameela Al-Ghanim, Fatimah Al-Hassawi, Jiwan S. Sidhu, Mohammad Al-Foudari, Amani Al-Othman
Abstract: Flaxseed being a useful source of ω-3 fatty acid (alpha linolenic acid, ALA)has been used as whole flaxseed and crushed flaxseed to develop acceptable quality functional food products, namely pan bread and Arabic bread. The addition of whole and crushed flaxseed 0%, 2%, 4%, 6%, 8% in all of these products with white wheat f
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Nguyen, Luong Hieu Hoa, Ngo, Thi Phuong Dung, Le, Quynh Loan, Nguyen, Hoang Dung
Abstract: The chemical pesticides being used today have adverse effects on human health and the environment. So ,they are strictly controlled, especially for export agricultural products. Since then, the search for pesticides derived from natural plants to replace chemical drugs on the market have extensively done. In this study, the
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Jean Baptiste Hzounda Fokou, Giselle Marguerite Etame Loe, Clive Jezeh Ngueguim, Francine Kouemo, Abi Edmund Otang, Guy Pascal Ngaba, Jules Clement Assob
Abstract: Purpose: Most antifungals have drawbacks, including toxicity, efficacy, and cost, and their misuse has led to the emergence of resistant strains. Therefore, more is needed. This study aimed to evaluate the antifungal properties of bacterial endophytic extracts on Candida spp.
Materials and Methods: Biolog
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