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in the acute phase (day 1 of treatment) were IgM <1:20 and IgG <1:20 but increased to IgM 1:1,280 and IgG 1:10,240 in the convalescent phase (day 21 of treatment).
pharaonis three closely species of the sepiidae, we tested cross-amplification on the following three sepiidaes: Sepia lycidas, Sepia esculenta, and Sepiella japonica
, with 10 individuals from each species.
In the present study, the sex identification and maturation of female of Panopea japonica
was investigated by developing a sensitive VTG-detecting enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA).
Keywords: Lonicerae japonica
leaves; Chlorogenic acid; Box-Behnken design; Response surface method; Polyethylene glycol-based ultrasound-assisted enzymatic extraction
According to local businesses in the rice production industry, Japonica
rice exported to South Korea has had export prices at about US$700 per ton.
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Commonly called Japanese kerria, Japanese rose and Japanese globeflower, Kerria japonica
prefers a spot in the landscape with average, well-drained soil in part shade.
The much-loved Camellia japonica
will have more success in southern counties, which get better light and fewer frosts.
THESE slow-growing 3Skimmia evergreen medium-size shrubs are widely sold in autumn as they are particularly valuable in winter bedding and container displays.
Siebold's "De Mineralogia Japonica
": Acta Sieboldiana X
It contains two major groups, indica and japonica
, which diverged more than one million years ago .
displayed highest P- removal efficiency in different experiments.
RICE IN CAVITE - Researchers of Cavite State University (CvSU) in Indang have proven that Japonica
rice can be grown successfully in Cavite, particularly during the dry season.
We present the first empirical evidence in aquatic Isopoda that males of Cymodoce japonica
produce sound by stridulation, or the rubbing together of body parts.