Lobata


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Lobata

[lō′bäd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of the Ctenophora in which the body is helmet-shaped.
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Pest Alert: Lobate lac scale, Parata-chardina lobata lobata (Chamberlin) (Hemiptera: Kerriidae).
In conclusion, our data indicate that puerarin from Chinese plant Pueraria lobata (Wild.) Ohwi can promote proliferation and differentiation and protect against cell death in osteoblast-derived cells through an ER-dependent mechanism and coupling to MEK/ERK and PI3K/Akt activation whereas it has a weak effect on breast epithelial cells.
Major isoflavonoid contents of the phytoestrogen-rich herb Pueraria mirifica in comparison with Pueraria lobata. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis 43, 428-434.
The invasive scale was identified as Paratachardina lobata (Chamberlin) (Hemiptera: Kerriidae), a highly polyphagous scale (Varshney 1992), native to southern India and Sri Lanka by various antagonists such as Neuroptera, Lepidoptera, and chalcidoid wasps (Varshney 1976).
Separation and identification of iso-flavonoids in Pueraria lobata extracts and its preparations by reversed-phase capillary liquid chromatography coupled with electrospray ionization quadrupole time of flight mass spectrometry.
The anti-drunkeness properties of the extracts of Pueraria lobata (PL), also known as kudzu, have been known since the traditional Chinese medicine.
MTT (Table 1) and recombinant viruses assay (RV assay; Table 2) showed activity of Justicia reptans Swatz (Acanthaceae), Neurolaena lobata (L.) R.
Ampelisca lobata: pereopodo 7 (P7), placa epimeral 3 (Ep3) y telson (T).
I focused on a coral that is commonly found across the Indo-Pacific: Pontes lobata. This species, which grows like a sphere, can reach the size of small car and live for hundreds of years.
Spanish flag, or Ipomoea lobata, will bring some sunshine to the garden with its spectacular flowers, which start flame-red at the tip and fade to cream.