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    1. Casartelli, M; Leonardi, MG; Fiandra, L; Parenti, P; Giordana, B
      Multiple transport pathways for dibasic amino acids in the larval midgut of the silkworm Bombyx mori

      INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    2. Leonardi, MG; Casartelli, M; Fiandra, L; Parenti, P; Giordana, B
      Role of specific activators of intestinal amino acid transport in Bombyx mori larval growth and nutrition

      ARCHIVES OF INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Parenti, P; Forcella, M; Pugliese, A; Giacchini, R; Rossaro, B; Hanozet, GM
      Leucine transport in membrane vesicles from Chironomus riparius larvae displays a melange of crown-group features

      ARCHIVES OF INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Barbehenn, RV
      Roles of peritrophic membranes in protecting herbivorous insects from ingested plant allelochemicals

      ARCHIVES OF INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Miller, AP; Webb, PI
      Diet of house mice (Mus musculus L.) on coastal sand dunes, Otago, New Zealand

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    6. Naimov, S; Weemen-Hendriks, M; Dukiandjiev, S; de Maagd, RA
      Bacillus thuringiensis delta-endotoxin Cry1 hybrid proteins with increasedactivity against the Colorado potato beetle

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    7. El-Seedi, HR; Bohlin, L; Ghia, F; Torssell, KBG
      Ecologically active 2-octanoycyclohexane-1,3-dione from Philodenron guttiferum

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    8. Stamp, N
      Enemy-free space via host plant chemistry and dispersion: assessing the influence of tri-trophic interactions

      OECOLOGIA
    9. Fitches, E; Ilett, C; Gatehouse, AMR; Gatehouse, LN; Greene, R; Edwards, JP; Gatehouse, JA
      The effects of Phaseolus vulgaris erythro- and leucoagglutinating isolectins (PHA-E and PHA-L) delivered via artificial diet and transgenic plants onthe growth and development of tomato moth (Lacanobia oleracea) larvae; lectin binding to gut glycoproteins in vitro and in vivo

      JOURNAL OF INSECT PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Konno, K; Okada, S; Hirayama, C
      Selective secretion of free glycine, a neutralizer against a plant defensechemical, in the digestive juice of the privet moth larvae

      JOURNAL OF INSECT PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Parenti, P; Forcella, M; Pugliese, A; Casartelli, M; Giordana, B; Leonardi, MG; Hanozet, GM
      Substrate specificity of the brush border K+-leucine symport of Bombyx mori larval midgut

      INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    12. Mazumdar-Leighton, S; Babu, CR; Bennett, J
      Identification of novel serine proteinase gene transcripts in the midguts of two tropical insect pests, Scirpophaga incertulas (Wk.) and Helicoverpa armigera (Hb.)

      INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Wada, N; Murakami, M; Yoshida, K
      Effects of herbivore-bearing adult trees of the oak Quercus crispula on the survival of their seedlings

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    14. Johnson, KS; Felton, GW
      Digestive proteinase activity in corn earworm (Helicoverpa zea) after molting and in response to lowered redox potential

      ARCHIVES OF INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    15. Karim, S; Gould, F; Dean, DH
      Bacillus thuringiensis delta-endotoxin proteins show a correlation in toxicity and short circuit current inhibition against Helicoverpa zea

      CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Jolnson, KS; Rabosky, D
      Phylogenetic distribution of cysteine proteinases in beetles: evidence foran evolutionary shift to an alkaline digestive strategy in Cerambycidae

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    17. Seeram, NP; Lewis, AW; Jacobs, H; Nair, MG; McLean, S; Reynolds, WF
      Proctoriones A-C: 2-acylcyclohexane-1,3-dione derivatives from Peperomia proctorii

      JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS
    18. Zhong, CH; Ellar, DJ; Bishop, A; Johnson, C; Lin, SS; Hart, ER
      Characterization of a Bacillus thuringiensis delta-endotoxin which is toxic to insects in three orders

      JOURNAL OF INVERTEBRATE PATHOLOGY
    19. Johnson, KS; Barbehenn, RV
      Oxygen levels in the gut lumens of herbivorous insects

      JOURNAL OF INSECT PHYSIOLOGY
    20. Peyronnet, O; Vachon, V; Schwartz, JL; Laprade, R
      Ion channel activity from the midgut brush-border membrane of gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) larvae

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Novotny, V; Basset, Y; Auga, J; Boen, W; Dal, C; Drozd, P; Kasbal, M; Isua, B; Kutil, R; Manumbor, M; Molem, K
      Predation risk for herbivorous insects on tropical vegetation: A search for enemy-free space and time

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    22. GIORDANA B; LEONARDI MG; CASARTELLI M; CONSONNI P; PARENTI P
      K-NEUTRAL AMINO-ACID SYMPORT OF BOMBYX-MORI LARVAL MIDGUT - A SYSTEM OPERATIVE IN EXTREME CONDITIONS()

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    23. LEONARDI MG; CASARTELLI M; PARENTI P; GIORDANA B
      EVIDENCE FOR A LOW-AFFINITY HIGH-CAPACITY UNIPORT FOR AMINO-ACIDS IN BOMBYX-MORI LARVAL MIDGUT

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    24. KONNO K; YASUI H; HIRAYAMA C; SHINBO H
      GLYCINE PROTECTS AGAINST STRONG PROTEIN-DENATURING ACTIVITY OF OLEUROPEIN - A PHENOLIC COMPOUND IN PRIVET LEAVES

      Journal of chemical ecology
    25. APPEL HM; JOERN A
      GUT PHYSICOCHEMISTRY OF GRASSLAND GRASSHOPPERS

      Journal of insect physiology
    26. PARENTI P; PIZZIGONI A; HANOZET G; HAKIM EH; MAKMUR L; ACHMAD SA; GIORDANA B
      A NEW PRENYLATED FLAVONE FROM ARCTOCARPUS CHAMPEDEN INHIBITS THE K-DEPENDENT AMINO-ACID-TRANSPORT IN BOMBYX-MORI MIDGUT()

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    27. PARENTI P; MORANDI P; MCGIVAN JD; CONSONNIC P; LEONARDI G; GIORDANA B
      PROPERTIES OF THE AMINOPEPTIDASE-N FROM THE SILKWORM MIDGUT (BOMBYX-MORI)

      Insect biochemistry and molecular biology
    28. HONG YS; NEAL JJ
      TYROSINE TRANSPORTER IN LARVAL LEPTINOTARSA-DECEMLINEATA MIDGUT BRUSH-BORDER MEMBRANE

      Insect biochemistry and molecular biology
    29. AZEVEDO NR; SANTOS SC; DEMIRANDA EG; FERRI PH
      A 2-ACYLCYCLOHEXANE-1,3-DIONE FROM VIROLA-OLEIFERA

      Phytochemistry
    30. LEONARDI MG; PARENTI P; CASARTELLI M; GIORDANA B
      BACILLUS-THURINGIENSIS CRYLAA DELTA-ENDOTOXIN AFFECTS THE K-ACID SYMPORT IN BOMBYX-MORI LARVAL MIDGUT( AMINO)

      The Journal of membrane biology
    31. FITCHES E; GATEHOUSE AMR; GATEHOUSE JA
      EFFECTS OF SNOWDROP LECTIN (GNA) DELIVERED VIA ARTIFICIAL DIET AND TRANSGENIC PLANTS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF TOMATO MOTH (LACANOBIA-OLERACEA)LARVAE IN LABORATORY AND GLASSHOUSE TRIALS

      Journal of insect physiology
    32. KONNO K; HIRAYAMA C; SHINBO H
      GLYCINE IN DIGESTIVE JUICE - A STRATEGY OF HERBIVOROUS INSECTS AGAINST CHEMICAL DEFENSE OF HOST PLANTS

      Journal of insect physiology
    33. GOVENOR HL; SCHULTZ JC; APPEL HM
      IMPACT OF DIETARY ALLELOCHEMICALS ON GYPSY-MOTH (LYMANTRIA-DISPAR) CATERPILLARS - IMPORTANCE OF MIDGUT ALKALINITY

      Journal of insect physiology
    34. BRAVO A
      PHYLOGENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS OF BACILLUS-THURINGIENSIS DELTA-ENDOTOXIN FAMILY PROTEINS AND THEIR FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS

      Journal of bacteriology
    35. KONNO K; HIRAYAMA C; SHINBO H
      UNUSUALLY HIGH-CONCENTRATION OF FREE GLYCINE IN THE MIDGUT CONTENT OFTHE SILKWORM, BOMBYX-MORI, AND OTHER LEPIDOPTERAN LARVAE

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    36. NEAL JJ
      BRUSH-BORDER MEMBRANE AND AMINO-ACID-TRANSPORT

      Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology
    37. JOHNSON KS; FELTON GW
      POTENTIAL INFLUENCE OF MIDGUT PH AND REDOX POTENTIAL ON PROTEIN-UTILIZATION IN INSECT HERBIVORES

      Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology
    38. SKIBBE U; CHRISTELLER JT; CALLAGHAN PT; ECCLES CD; LAING WA
      VISUALIZATION OF PH GRADIENTS IN THE LARVAL MIDGUT OF SPODOPTERA-LITURA USING P-31-NMR MICROSCOPY

      Journal of insect physiology
    39. NEAL JJ; WU D; HONG YS; REUVENI M
      HIGH-AFFINITY TRANSPORT OF HISTIDINE AND METHIONINE ACROSS LEPTINOTARSA-DECEMLINEATA MIDGUT BRUSH-BORDER MEMBRANE

      Journal of insect physiology
    40. SHINBO H; KONNO K; HIRAYAMA C; WATANABE K
      DIGESTIVE SITES OF DIETARY PROTEINS AND ABSORPTIVE SITES OF AMINO-ACIDS ALONG THE MIDGUT OF THE SILKWORM, BOMBYX-MORI

      Journal of insect physiology
    41. WOLFERSBERGER MG
      LOCALIZATION OF AMINO-ACID-ABSORPTION SYSTEMS IN THE LARVAL MIDGUT OFTHE TOBACCO HORNWORM MANDUCA-SEXTA

      Journal of insect physiology
    42. LIU ZL; HARVEY WR
      ARGININE UPTAKE THROUGH A NOVEL CATIONIC AMINO ACID-K-BORDER MEMBRANE-VESICLES FROM LARVAL MANDUCA-SEXTA MIDGUT( SYMPORTER, SYSTEM R(+), INBRUSH)

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Biomembranes
    43. LIU ZL; HARVEY WR
      CATIONIC LYSINE UPTAKE BY SYSTEM-R(-B IN BRUSH-BORDER MEMBRANE-VESICLES FROM LARVAL MANDUCA-SEXTA MIDGUT() AND ZWITTERIONIC LYSINE UPTAKE BY SYSTEM)

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Biomembranes
    44. OHNISHI A; HAYAKAWA Y; MATSUDA Y; KWON KW; TAKAHASHI TA; SEKIGUCHI S
      GROWTH-BLOCKING PEPTIDE TITER DURING LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF PARASITIZED AND COLD-STRESSED ARMYWORM

      Insect biochemistry and molecular biology
    45. VACHON V; PARADIS MJ; MARSOLAIS M; SCHWARTZ JL; LAPRADE R
      IONIC PERMEABILITIES INDUCED BY BACILLUS-THURINGIENSIS IN SF9 CELLS

      The Journal of membrane biology
    46. PARENTI P; VILLA M; HANOZET GM; TASCA M; GIORDANA B
      INTERACTION OF THE INSECTICIDAL CRYSTAL PROTEIN CRYIA FROM BACILLUS-THURINGIENSIS WITH AMINO-ACID-TRANSPORT INTO BRUSH-BORDER MEMBRANES FROM BOMBYX-MORI LARVAL MIDGUT

      Journal of invertebrate pathology
    47. HONG YS; REUVENI M; NEAL JJ
      A SODIUM-STIMULATED AND POTASSIUM-STIMULATED TYROSINE TRANSPORTER FROM LEPTINOTARSA-DECEMLINEATA MIDGUTS

      Journal of insect physiology
    48. REUVENI M; DUNN PE
      PROLINE TRANSPORT INTO BRUSH-BORDER MEMBRANE-VESICLES FROM THE MIDGUTOF MANDUCA-SEXTA LARVAE

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    49. FUENTES JE; YATES LR
      HOST NUTRITIONAL-VALUE IN LARVAL FEEDING PREFERENCE OF ORMISCODES-SOCIALIS (FEISTHAMMEL) (LEPIDOPTERA, SATURNIIDAE) IN CHILE

      Revista chilena de historia natural
    50. ZAITSEV VG; POLOZOV GI; LAKHVICH FA
      SYNTHESIS OF 2-ACYL-4-HYDROXYCYCLOHEXANE-1,3-DIONES, KAIROMONES AND DEFENSIVE COMPOUNDS OF SOME INSECTS

      Tetrahedron
    51. ZAITSEV VG; POLOZOV GI; LAKHVICH FA
      SYNTHESIS OF 2-ACYL-4-HYDROXYCYCLOHEXANE- 1,3-DIONES-KAIROMONES AND PROTECTIVE SUBSTANCES OF CERTAIN INSECTS

      Himia prirodnyh soedinenij
    52. SACCHI VF; PARENTI P; PEREGO C; GIORDANA B
      INTERACTION BETWEEN NA-DEPENDENT AMINO-ACID-TRANSPORT IN MIDGUT BRUSH-BORDER MEMBRANE-VESICLES FROM PHILOSAMIA-CYNTHIA LARVAE( AND THE K+)

      Journal of insect physiology
    53. XIE T; PARTHASARATHY R; WOLFERSBERGER MG; HARVEY WR
      ANOMALOUS GLUTAMATE ALKALI CATION SYMPORT IN LARVAL MANDUCA-SEXTA MIDGUT/

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    54. PARENTI P; HANOZET GM; VILLA M; GIORDANA B
      EFFECT OF ARGININE MODIFICATION ON K-DEPENDENT LEUCINE UPTAKE IN BRUSH-BORDER MEMBRANE-VESICLES FROM THE MIDGUT OF PHILOSAMIA-CYNTHIA LARVAE()

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Biomembranes
    55. REUVENI M; DUNN PE
      ABSORPTION PATHWAYS OF AMINO-ACIDS IN THE MIDGUT OF MANDUCA-SEXTA LARVAE

      Insect biochemistry and molecular biology
    56. WOLFERSBERGER MG
      PREPARATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF AMINO-ACID TRANSPORTING BRUSH-BORDER MEMBRANE-VESICLES FROM THE LARVAL MIDGUT OF THE GYPSY-MOTH(LYMANTRIA-DISPAR)

      Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology
    57. HENNIGAN BB; WOLFERSBERGER MG; PARTHASARATHY R; HARVEY WR
      CATION-DEPENDENT LEUCINE, ALANINE, AND PHENYLALANINE UPTAKE AT PH 10 IN BRUSH-BORDER MEMBRANE-VESICLES FROM LARVAL MANDUCA-SEXTA MIDGUT

      Biochimica et biophysica acta
    58. HENNIGAN BB; WOLFERSBERGER MG; HARVEY WR
      NEUTRAL AMINO-ACID SYMPORT IN LARVAL MANDUCA-SEXTA MIDGUT BRUSH-BORDER MEMBRANE-VESICLES DEDUCED FROM CATION-DEPENDENT UPTAKE OF LEUCINE, ALANINE, AND PHENYLALANINE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta


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