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Research progress on human microecology and infectious diseases

stable genetic characteristics. For example, the flora structure colonized in the intestinal canal changes with the human diet, and this change manifests in the offspring and becomes difficult to reverse. Sonnenburg et al . [ 8 ] used a mouse model and found that a high-fiber diet available to microorganisms can affect the intestinal flora of several generations of mice during which the intestinal flora diversity in mice with a low-fiber diet is reduced, and the decrease in the diversity of pseudo-bacteria is the most obvious. This change in the intestinal flora

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Novel method of detection of phenylpropanoids of Rhodiola roots species

medicine Rhodiola Kirilowii (Regel) Maxim against HCV NS 3 serine protease. Antiviral Res 2007; 76:86-92. 7. Yousef GG, Grace MH, Cheng DM, Belolipov IV, Raskin I, Lila MA. Comparative Phytochemical characterization of three Rhodiola species. Phytochemistry 2006; 67:2380-2391. 8. Yang LM, Hu R, Fu HZ. A new cyano-compound from Rhodiola kirilowii. ChinHerb Med 2011, 3(4):241-243. 9. Patselo A, Jalonen J, Tolonen A, Identification of flavonoids of Rhodiola rosea by liquid chromatographytandem mass spectrometry. J Chromatogr A

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Contribution of Polish agrotechnical studies on Cannabis sativa L. to the global industrial hemp cultivation and processing economy

, Stutterheim NC, Venturi G, Cromack HT. Agronomy of fiber hemp ( Cannabis sativa L.) in Europe. Ind Crops Prod 2000; 11:107-118. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0926-6690(99)00048-5 27. Mediavilla V, Bassetti P, Leupin M, Mosimann E. Agronomic characteristics of some hemp geno-types. J Intern Hemp Assoc 1999; 6(2)45:48-53. 28. Grabowska L. Hodowla i nasiennictwo konopi włóknistych w Instytucie Włókien Natural-nych i Roślin Zielarskich w Poznaniu [Breeding and seeding of hemp at the Institute of Natural Fibres & Medicinal Plants in Poznań. Breeding and seeding

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Stichorchis subtriquetrus in two beavers (Castor fiber) from Slovenia

[1] Bole, J. (1969): Keys for animal determination — IV — Mollusca. Association of Slovenian biologists, Ljubljana [2] Drózdz, J., Demiaszkiewicz, A. W., Lachowicz, J. (2004): Endoparasites of the beaver Castor fiber (L.) in northeast Poland. Helminthologia, 41: 99–101 [3] Eckert, J. (2000): Helminthologische methoden. In Rommel, M., Eckert, J., Kutzer, E., Körting, W., Schnieder, T. (Eds): Veterinärnmedizinische parasitologie. Parey, Berlin [4] Erickson, A. B

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Effect of coffee silver skin and brewers’ spent grain in the control of root-knot nematodes

chlorophylls a and b in lichens and higher plants. Environ. Exp. Bot. , 32: 85 – 100 B axter , A., M ittler , R., S uzuki n . (2014): ROS as key players in plant stress signaling. J. Exp. Bot. , 66: 1229 – 1240. DOI: 10.1093/jxb/ert375. Epub 2013 Nov 19 B ehrouzian , F., A mini , A. M., A lghooneh , A., R azavi , S.M.A. (2016): Characterization of dietary fiber from coffee silverskin: An optimization study using response surface methodology. Bioact. Carbohydr. Dietary Fibre , 8(2): 58 – 64. DOI: 10.1016/j.bcdf.2016.11.004 B orrelli , R. C., E sposito , F

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Serotonin in Trichinella pseudospiralis: An immunocytochemical study

structures was observed. From the two 5-HT-IR large cells, nerve fibers extend along both sides anteriorly to the head and posteriorly to the vulval area forming two intensively stained longitudinal nerve cords ( Fig. 1d ). Transversal commissures connect the longitudinal nerve cords ( Fig. 1e ). In the tip of the head of T. pseudospiralis , small 5-HT-IR structures were observed ( Fig. 1b ). In the head region the pattern of 5-HT-IR nerve cells and nerve cords is similar in both sexes. Fig. 1 The pattern of 5-HT-IR neurons and fibres in head region of I

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First report of the lesion nematodes: Pratylenchus brachyurus and Pratylenchus delattrei on tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) plants in Cape Verde

): The genus Pratylenchus Filipjev, 1936 (Nematoda: Pratylenchidae): A review of its anatomy, morphology, distribution, systematics and identification. Vaxtskyddsrapporter, Jordbruk , 5: 1 – 50 L ordello , L.G.E., M onteiro , A.R., D’ arce , R.D. (1968): Distribuicao geografica dos nematoides nocivos ao caffeiro [Geografical distribution of three nematode species infecting coffee]. Rev. Agric. , 43: 79 – 82 L uc , M. (1958): Les nématodes et le flétrissement des cotonniers dans le Sud-Ouest de Madagascar [Nematodes and wilting in cotton plants in

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Prevalence of cystic echinococcosis in pigs from Slovakia, with evaluation of size, fertility and number of hydatid cysts

., Malczewski, A., Stefaniak, J. (2006): Risk for diseases acquired from food and in nature. In International Visegrad Fund — Noviko, Brno, Czech Republic, 91 pp. [44] Thompson, R. C. A. (2008): The taxonomy, phylogeny and transmission of Echinococcus. Exp. Parasitol., 119: 439–446 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.exppara.2008.04.016 [45] Tkach, V. V., Swiderski, Z., Drozdz, J., Demiaszkiewicz, A. W. (2002): Molecular identification of Echinococcus granulosus from wild European beaver, Castor fiber (L. from North-Eastern Poland

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SSR data mined from expressed sequence tags of phytoparasitic nematodes

. J., Blaxter, M., Bleve-Zacheo, T., Davis, E. L., Ewbank, J. J., Favery, B., Grenier, E., Henrissat, B., Jones, J. T., Laudet, V., Maule, A. G., Quesneville, H., Rosso, M. N., Schiex, T., Smant, G., Weissenbach, J. Wincker, P. (2008): Genome sequence of the metazoan plant-parasitic nematode Meloidogyne incognita. Nat. Biotechnol., 26(8): 909–915. DOI: 10.1038/nbt.1482 http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nbt.1482 [2] Aggarwal, R. K., Hendre, P. S., Varshney, R. K., Bhat, P. R., Krishnakumar, V. Singh, L. (2007): Identification, characterization and

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Occurrence of pathogenic and endophytic fungi and their influence on quality of medicinal plants applied in management of neurological diseases and mental disorders

, Spiegel BM, Effect of fibre, antispasmodics, and peppermint oil in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome: systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ 2008; 337:a2313. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.a2313 31. Kligler B, Chaudhary S. Peppermint oil. Am Family Physic 2007; 75(7):1027-1030. 32. McKay DL, Blumberg JB. A review of the bioactivity and potential health benefits of peppermint tea (Mentha piperita L.). Phytother Res 2006; 20(8):619-633. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ptr.1936 33. Ravid U, Putievsky EI

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