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- Mokochinski, Joao B., et al. ; Hudry, Bruno; de Goeij, Eva; Mineo, Alessandro; Gaspar, Pedro; Hadjieconomou, Dafni; Studd, Chris; Kramer, Holger B.; Plaçais, Pierre-Yves; Preat, Thomas; Miguel-Aliaga, Irene; Show all 11 Authors
- Cell 2019 v.178 no.4 pp. 901-918.e16
- Drosophila melanogaster; carbohydrate metabolism; carbohydrates; citrates; enterocytes; food intake; gender differences; invertebrates; males; sex reversal; sexual dimorphism; spermatogenesis; spermatozoa
- ... Physiology and metabolism are often sexually dimorphic, but the underlying mechanisms remain incompletely understood. Here, we use the intestine of Drosophila melanogaster to investigate how gut-derived signals contribute to sex differences in whole-body physiology. We find that carbohydrate handling is male-biased in a specific portion of the intestine. In contrast to known sexual dimorphisms in ...
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- Mokochinski, João B., et al. ; Marcos, Fernanda C.C.; Silveira, Neidiquele M.; Sawaya, Alexandra C.H.F.; Marchiori, Paulo E.R.; Machado, Eduardo C.; Souza, Gustavo M.; Landell, Marcos G.A.; Ribeiro, Rafael V.; Show all 9 Authors
- Journal of plant physiology 2018 v.223 pp. 9-18
- abscisic acid; biomass production; carbon dioxide; drought tolerance; gas exchange; hydrogen peroxide; leaves; longevity; nutrient solutions; polyethylene glycol; rehydration; root shoot ratio; stomatal conductance; sugarcane; water use efficiency
- ... Under field conditions, plants are exposed to cycles of dehydration and rehydration during their lifespan. In this study, we hypothesized that sugarcane plants previously exposed to cycles of water deficits will perform better than plants that have never faced water deficits when both are subjected to low water availability. Sugarcane plants were grown in a nutrient solution and exposed to one (1W ...
3. An integrated analysis of mRNA and sRNA transcriptional profiles in Coffea arabica L. roots: insights on nitrogen starvation responses
- Mokochinski, João B., et al. ; dos Santos, Tiago Benedito; Soares, João D. M.; Lima, Joni E.; Silva, Juliana C.; Ivamoto, Suzana T.; Baba, Viviane Y.; Souza, Silvia G. H.; Lorenzetti, Alan P. R.; Paschoal, Alexandre R.; Meda, Anderson R.; Nishiyama Júnior, Milton Y.; de Oliveira, Úrsula C.; Guyot, Romain; Junqueira-de-Azevedo, Inácio L. M.; Figueira, Antônio V. O.; Mazzafera, Paulo; Júnior, Osvaldo R.; Vieira, Luiz G. E.; Pereira, Luiz F. P.; Domingues, Douglas S.; Show all 21 Authors
- Functional & integrative genomics 2019 v.19 no.1 pp. 151-169
- Coffea arabica; acclimation; ammonium; asparagine; crops; genes; glutamic acid; messenger RNA; microRNA; nitrates; nitrogen; nutrient deficiencies; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction; roots; sequence analysis; starvation; transcription (genetics); transcriptome
- ... Coffea arabica L. is an important agricultural commodity, accounting for 60% of traded coffee worldwide. Nitrogen (N) is a macronutrient that is usually limiting to plant yield; however, molecular mechanisms of plant acclimation to N limitation remain largely unknown in tropical woody crops. In this study, we investigated the transcriptome of coffee roots under N starvation, analyzing poly-A+ libr ...
4. Production of Agaricus brasiliensis mycelium from food industry residues as a source of antioxidants and essential fatty acids
- Mokochinski, João B., et al. ; López, Begoña G. C.; Sovrani, Vanessa; Dalla Santa, Herta S.; González‐Borrero, Pedro Pablo; Sawaya, Alexandra Christine Helena F.; Schmidt, Eduardo M.; Eberlin, Marcos N.; Torres, Yohandra R.; Show all 9 Authors
- International journal of food science & technology 2015 v.50 no.9 pp. 2052-2058
- Agaricus subrufescens; antioxidants; dietary supplements; essential fatty acids; fatty acid composition; flavonoids; food industry; functional foods; immunostimulants; mass spectrometry; medicinal fungi; metabolites; mushrooms; mycelium; neoplasms; phenolic compounds; solid state fermentation; ultra-performance liquid chromatography
- ... Agaricus brasiliensis is a medicinal mushroom traditionally employed in prevention and treatment of cancer, used as immunostimulant and as a source of antioxidants. We investigated the chemical composition of the mycelium produced by submerged (SF) and solid‐state fermentation (SSF), using residues from food industry as substrates. After fermentation, antiradical activity and levels of antioxidant ...