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    1. O'Leary, SA; Power, AP; Stack, CM; Burnell, AM
      Behavioural and physiological responses of infective juveniles of the entomopathogenic nematode Heterorhabditis to desiccation

      BIOCONTROL
    2. Khroustalyova, G; Adler, L; Rapoport, A
      Exponential growth phase cells of the osmotolerant yeast Debaryomyces hansenii are extremely resistant to dehydration stress

      PROCESS BIOCHEMISTRY
    3. Clegg, JS
      Cryptobiosis - a peculiar state of biological organization

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    4. Bryant, G; Koster, KL; Wolfe, J
      Membrane behaviour in seeds and other systems at low water content: the various effects of solutes

      SEED SCIENCE RESEARCH
    5. Jonsson, KI; Bertolani, R
      Facts and fiction about long-term survival in tardigrades

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    6. Podrabsky, JE; Carpenter, JF; Hand, SC
      Survival of water stress in annual fish embryos: dehydration avoidance andegg envelope amyloid fibers

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Talavera, M; Vanstone, VA
      Monitoring Pratylenchus thornei densities in soil and roots under resistant (Triticum turgidum durum) and susceptible (Triticum aestivum) wheat cultivars

      PHYTOPARASITICA
    8. Holmstrup, M; Sjursen, H; Ravn, H; Bayley, M
      Dehydration tolerance and water vapour absorption in two species of soil-dwelling Collembola by accumulation of sugars and polyols

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    9. Wharton, DA; Worland, MR
      Water relations during desiccation of cysts of the potato-cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMIC AND ENVIRONMENTALPHYSIOLOGY
    10. Jonsson, KI; Guidetti, R
      Effects of methyl bromide fumigation on anhydrobiotic micrometazoans

      ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
    11. Gal, TZ; Solomon, A; Glazer, I; Koltai, H
      Alterations in the levels of glycogen and glycogen synthase transcripts during desiccation in the insect-killing nematode Steinernema feltiae IS-6

      JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY
    12. Sjursen, H; Bayley, M; Holmstrup, M
      Enhanced drought tolerance of a soil-dwelling springtail by pre-acclimation to a mild drought stress

      JOURNAL OF INSECT PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Ricci, C
      Dormancy patterns in rotifers

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    14. Santo, N; Caprioli, M; Orsenigo, S; Ricci, C
      Egg size and offspring fitness in a bdelloid rotifer

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    15. Sussich, F; Skopec, C; Brady, J; Cesaro, A
      Reversible dehydration of trehalose and anhydrobiosis: from solution stateto an exotic crystal?

      CARBOHYDRATE RESEARCH
    16. Akao, K; Okubo, Y; Asakawa, N; Inoue, Y; Sakurai, M
      Infrared spectroscopic study on the properties of the anhydrous form II oftrehalose. Implications for the functional mechanism of trehalose as a biostabilizer

      CARBOHYDRATE RESEARCH
    17. Matsuo, T
      Trehalose protects corneal epithelial cells from death by drying

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    18. Grewal, PS
      Enhanced ambient storage stability of an entomopathogenic nematode throughanhydrobiosis

      PEST MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
    19. Guo, N; Puhlev, I; Brown, DR; Mansbridge, J; Levine, F
      Trehalose expression confers desiccation tolerance on human cells

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    20. Glazer, I; Salame, L
      Osmotic survival of the entomopathogenic nematode Steinernema carpocapsae

      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
    21. Liu, QZ; Glazer, I
      Desiccation survival of entomopathogenic nematodes of the genus Heterorhabditis

      PHYTOPARASITICA
    22. Worrall, EE; Litamoi, JK; Seck, BM; Ayelet, G
      Xerovac: an ultra rapid method for the dehydration and preservation of live attenuated Rinderpest and Peste des Petits ruminants vaccines

      VACCINE
    23. Montiel, PO
      Soluble carbohydrates (trehalose in particular) and cryoprotection in polar biota

      CRYO-LETTERS
    24. Solomon, A; Salomon, R; Paperna, I; Glazer, I
      Desiccation stress of entomopathogenic nematodes induces the accumulation of a novel heat-stable protein

      PARASITOLOGY
    25. Danks, HV
      Dehydration in dormant insects

      JOURNAL OF INSECT PHYSIOLOGY
    26. Layne, JR; Kuharsky, DK
      Triggering of cryoprotectant synthesis in the woolly bear caterpillar (Pyrrharctia isabella Lepidoptera : Arctiidae)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    27. de Castro, AG; Tunnacliffe, A
      Intracellular trehalose improves osmotolerance but not desiccation tolerance in mammalian cells

      FEBS LETTERS
    28. Chen, TN; Fowler, A; Toner, M
      Literature review: Supplemented phase diagram of the trehalose-water binary mixture

      CRYOBIOLOGY
    29. Koster, KL; Lei, YP; Anderson, M; Martin, S; Bryant, G
      Effects of vitrified and nonvitrified sugars on phosphatidylcholine fluid-to-gel phase transitions

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    30. Guppy, M; Withers, P
      Metabolic depression in animals: physiological perspectives and biochemical generalizations

      BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS OF THE CAMBRIDGE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
    31. Treonis, AM; Wall, DH; Virginia, RA
      Invertebrate biodiversity in Antarctic dry valley soils and sediments

      ECOSYSTEMS
    32. Solomon, A; Paperna, I; Glazer, I
      Desiccation survival of the entomopathogenic nematode Steinernema feltiae:induction of anhydrobiosis

      NEMATOLOGY
    33. Wharton, DA; Aalders, O
      Desiccation stress and recovery in the anhydrobiotic nematode Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda : Anguinidae)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY
    34. Lodato, P; de Huergo, MS; Buera, MP
      Viability and thermal stability of a strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae freeze-dried in different sugar and polymer matrices

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    35. Bayley, M; Holmstrup, M
      Water vapor absorption in arthropods by accumulation of myoinositol and glucose

      SCIENCE
    36. Neher, DA; Weicht, TR; Savin, M; Gorres, JH; Amador, JA
      Grazing in a porous environment. 2. Nematode community structure

      PLANT AND SOIL
    37. Solomon, A; Cabaret, J; Glazer, I; Paperna, I
      Desiccation tolerance of Muellerius capillaris first-stage larvae from Israeli arid and French temperate habitats and their compatibility to the landsnail Theba pisana

      PARASITOLOGY
    38. OLIVER AE; CROWE LM; CROWE JH
      METHODS FOR DEHYDRATION-TOLERANCE - DEPRESSION OF THE PHASE-TRANSITION TEMPERATURE IN DRY MEMBRANES AND CARBOHYDRATE VITRIFICATION

      Seed science research
    39. NICHOLAS WL
      MESORHABDITIS-KINCHEGENSIS SP NOV (NEMATODA, RHABDITIDAE) FROM ARID SOIL IN KINCHEGA-NATIONAL-PARK

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
    40. TALAVERA M; VALOR H; TOBAR A
      POST-ANHYDROBIOTIC VIABILITY OF PRATYLENCHUS-THORNEI AND MERLINIUS-BREVIDENS

      Phytoparasitica
    41. SUN WQ; DAVIDSON P; CHAN HSO
      PROTEIN STABILITY IN THE AMORPHOUS CARBOHYDRATE MATRIX - RELEVANCE TOANHYDROBIOSIS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    42. RING RA; DANKS HV
      THE ROLE OF TREHALOSE IN COLD-HARDINESS AND DESICCATION

      Cryo-letters
    43. CROWE JH; CARPENTER JF; CROWE LM
      THE ROLE OF VITRIFICATION IN ANHYDROBIOSIS

      Annual review of physiology
    44. WHARTON DA; LEMMON J
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL-CHANGES DURING DESICCATION OF THE ANHYDROBIOTIC NEMATODE DITYLENCHUS-DIPSACI

      Tissue & cell
    45. HOLZ RA; WRIGHT DJ; PERRY RN
      CHANGES IN THE LIPID-CONTENT AND FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION OF 2ND-STAGE JUVENILES OF GLOBODERA-ROSTOCHIENSIS AFTER REHYDRATION, EXPOSURE TO THE HATCHING STIMULUS AND HATCH

      Parasitology
    46. SOLOMON A; ILAN P; ITAMAR G
      DESICCATION TOLERANCE OF MUELLERIUS CF. CAPILLARIS (NEMATODA, PROTOSTRONGYLIDAE) FIRST-STAGE LARVAE

      The Journal of parasitology
    47. Ricci, C
      Anhydrobiotic capabilities of bdelloid rotifers

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    48. Orstan, A
      Factors affecting long-term survival of dry bdelloid rotifers: a preliminary study

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    49. OLEARY SA; BURNELL AM
      THE ISOLATION OF MUTANTS OF HETERORHABDITIS-MEGIDIS (STRAIN UK211) WITH INCREASED DESICCATION TOLERANCE

      Fundamental and applied nematology
    50. SUN WQ; LEOPOLD AC
      CYTOPLASMIC VITRIFICATION ACID SURVIVAL OF ANHYDROBIOTIC ORGANISMS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Section A: Comparative physiology
    51. AGUILERA JM; KAREL M
      PRESERVATION OF BIOLOGICAL-MATERIALS UNDER DESICCATION

      Critical reviews in food science and nutrition
    52. RAPOPORT AI; KHROUSTALYOVA GM; KUKLINA EN
      ANHYDROBIOSIS IN YEAST - ACTIVATION EFFECT

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    53. BEHM CA
      THE ROLE OF TREHALOSE IN THE PHYSIOLOGY OF NEMATODES

      International journal for parasitology
    54. SOLOMON A; PAPERNA I; GLAZER I; ALKON PU
      MIGRATORY BEHAVIOR AND DESICCATION TOLERANCE OF PROTOSTRONGYLID NEMATODE FIRST-STAGE LARVAE

      International journal for parasitology
    55. RICCI C; PAGANI M
      DESICCATION OF PANAGROLAIMUS-RIGIDUS (NEMATODA) - SURVIVAL, REPRODUCTION AND THE INFLUENCE ON THE INTERNAL CLOCK

      Hydrobiologia
    56. SOMME L
      ANHYDROBIOSIS AND COLD TOLERANCE IN TARDIGRADES

      European journal of entomology
    57. TOBAR A; VALOR H; TALAVERA M
      ON THE FIELD ANHYDROBIOTIC ABILITY OF PRATYLENCHUS-THORNEI AND MERLINIUS-BREVIDENS

      Fundamental and applied nematology
    58. GAREY JR; KROTEC M; NELSON DR; BROOKS J
      MOLECULAR ANALYSIS SUPPORTS A TARDIGRADE-ARTHROPOD ASSOCIATION

      Invertebrate biology.
    59. GLAZER I
      SURVIVAL MECHANISMS OF ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODES

      Biocontrol science and technology
    60. BURNELL AM; DOWDS BCA
      THE GENETIC-IMPROVEMENT OF ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODES AND THEIR SYMBIONT BACTERIA - PHENOTYPIC TARGETS, GENETIC LIMITATIONS AND AN ASSESSMENT OF POSSIBLE HAZARDS

      Biocontrol science and technology
    61. POWLIK JJ; LEWIS AG
      DESICCATION RESISTANCE IN TIGRIOPUS-CALIFORNICUS (COPEPODA, HARPACTICOIDA)

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science
    62. DEARAUJO PS
      THE ROLE OF TREHALOSE IN CELL STRESS

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    63. YEN JH; NIBLACK TL; KARR AL; WIEBOLD WJ
      SEASONAL BIOCHEMICAL-CHANGES IN EGGS OF HETERODERA-GLYCINES IN MISSOURI

      Journal of nematology
    64. WHARTON DA
      WATER-LOSS AND MORPHOLOGICAL-CHANGES DURING DESICCATION OF THE ANHYDROBIOTIC NEMATODE DITYLENCHUS-DIPSACI

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    65. OLIVER AE; CROWE LM; DEARAUJO PS; FISK E; CROWE JH
      ARBUTIN INHIBITS PLA(2) IN PARTIALLY HYDRATED MODEL SYSTEMS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    66. BAUJARD P; MARTINY B
      ECOLOGY AND PATHOGENICITY OF THE HOPLOLAIMIDAE (NEMATA) FROM THE SAHELIAN ZONE OF WEST-AFRICA .7. HELICOTYLENCHUS DIHYSTERA (COBB, 1893) SHER, 1961 AND COMPARISON WITH HELICOTYLENCHUS MULTICINCTUS (COBB, 1893)GOLDEN, 1956

      Fundamental and applied nematology
    67. BAUJARD P; MARTINY B
      ECOLOGY AND PATHOGENICITY OF THE HOPLOLAIMIDAE (NEMATA) FROM THE SAHELIAN ZONE OF WEST-AFRICA .8. SENEGALONEMA-SORGHI GERMANI, LUC AND BALDWIN, 1984 AND COMPARISON WITH ROTYLENCHULUS-RENIFORMIS LINFORD AND OLIVEIRA, 1940

      Fundamental and applied nematology
    68. BAUJARD P; MARTINY B
      ECOLOGY AND PATHOGENICITY OF THE HOPLOLAIMIDAE (NEMATA) FROM THE SAHELIAN ZONE OF WEST-AFRICA .6. HOPLOLAIMUS-PARAROBUSTUS (SCHUURMANS STEKHOVEN AND TEUNISSEN, 1938) SHER, 1963 AND COMPARISON WITH HOPLOLAIMUS-SEINHORSTI LUC, 1958

      Fundamental and applied nematology
    69. BAUJARD P; MARTINY B
      ECOLOGY AND PATHOGENICITY OF THE HOPLOLAIMIDAE (NEMATA) FROM THE SAHELIAN ZONE OF WEST-AFRICA .2. LABORATORY STUDIES ON SCUTELLONEMA-CAVENESSI SHER, 1964

      Fundamental and applied nematology
    70. TOBAR A; VALOR H; TALAVERA M
      KINETICS OF RECOVERY FROM ANHYDROBIOSIS IN PRATYLENCHUS-THORNEI, MERLINIUS-BREVIDENS AND HETERODERA-AVENAE FROM DRY FIELD SOILS AND DRY ROOTS OF THE HOST-PLANT

      Fundamental and applied nematology
    71. HOLMSTRUP M
      POLYOL ACCUMULATION IN EARTHWORM COCOONS INDUCED BY DEHYDRATION

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    72. CAESARTONTHAT TC; DYER WE; QUIMBY PC; ROSENTHAL SS
      FORMULATION OF AN ENDOPARASITIC NEMATODE, SUBANGUINA-PICRIDIS BRZESKI, A BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL AGENT FOR RUSSIAN KNAPWEED, ACROPTILON-REPENS (L)DC

      Biological control
    73. PANEK AD
      TREHALOSE METABOLISM - NEW HORIZONS IN TECHNOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    74. ORSTAN A
      DESICCATION SURVIVAL OF THE EGGS OF THE ROTIFER ADINETA-VAGA (DAVIS, 1873)

      Hydrobiologia
    75. BREUILSEE A
      REVIVISCENCE OF A BRYOPHYTE IN ANHYDROBIO SIS FOR A QUARTER OF A CENTURY - CYTOLOGICAL CRITERIA OF REVIVISCENCE ABILITY IN RICCIA-MACROCARPA LEV THALLI

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    76. SEMENOVA G; VASILENKO I; BOROVYAGIN V
      STRUCTURAL-CHANGES IN THYLAKOID MEMBRANES OF CHILLING-RESISTANT AND SENSITIVE PLANTS AFTER HEATING AND GLYCEROL DEHYDRATION AS REVEALED BY P-31 NMR AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Biophysical chemistry
    77. CHAPMAN D
      THE ROLE OF WATER IN BIOMEMBRANE STRUCTURES

      Journal of food engineering
    78. LAZOU A; POLYDOROS I; BEIS I
      EFFECT OF ANAEROBIOSIS AND ANHYDROBIOSIS ON THE EXTENT OF GLYCOLYTIC ENZYME BINDING IN ARTEMIA EMBRYOS

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    79. AROIAN RV; CARTA L; KALOSHIAN I; STERNBERG PW
      A FREE-LIVING PANAGROLAIMUS SP FROM ARMENIA CAN SURVIVE IN ANHYDROBIOSIS FOR 8.7 YEARS

      Journal of nematology


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