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- B.M. Dellagnezze; S.P. Vasconcellos; A.L. Angelim; V.M.M. Melo; S. Santisi; S. Cappello; V.M. Oliveira
- Marine pollution bulletin 2016 v.107 no.1 pp. 107-117
- 4',6-diamidino-2-phenylindole; Bacillus subtilis; alkanes; bioaugmentation; biochemical oxygen demand; biodegradation; chitosan; clones; gas chromatography; genes; metagenomics; oils; petroleum; ribosomal RNA; seawater; species diversity; water pollution
- ... A bacterial consortium composed by four metagenomic clones and Bacillus subtilis strain CBMAI 707, all derived from petroleum reservoirs, was entrapped in chitosan beads and evaluated regarding hydrocarbon degradation capability. Experiments were carried out in mesocosm scale (3000L) with seawater artificially polluted with crude oil. At different time intervals, mesocosms were sampled and subject ...
- Werner Gnatzy; Jan Michels; Walter Volknandt; Stephan Goller; Stefan Schulz
- Arthropod structure & development 2015 v.44 no.5 pp. 491-507
- 4',6-diamidino-2-phenylindole; Ampulex compressa; Dufour's gland; alkadienes; alkanes; bladder; droplets; epithelium; glycoproteins; insects; lipid content; lipids; microvilli; muscle fibers; polypeptides; secretion; staining; striated muscle; venoms; volatile compounds
- ... The digger wasp species Ampulex compressa produces its venom in two branched gland tubules. They terminate in a short common duct, which is bifurcated at its proximal end. One leg is linked with the venom reservoir, the other one extends to the ductus venatus. Each venom gland tubule possesses, over its entire length, a cuticle-lined central duct. Around this duct densely packed class 3 gland unit ...