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nigra: Morus nigra Table 4: Results of antibacterial activity test ethanol extract of black mulberry (M.
nigra from western and northwestern Yunnan, including Bijiang, Gongshan, Lianghe, Lushui, Tengchong, Yingjiang, Weixi, and Zhongdian, and the other composed of samples from Muzong, Chayu and Tibet.
Scientists from the Macaca Nigra Project are present year-round in the Tangkoko Nature Reserve to report illegal activities and traps.
The study examined 40 patients with dermatosis papulosa nigra who were of skin types IV-VI on the Fitzpatrick scale, the field standard for dermatological research in human skin pigmentation.
But as evidence accumulates about the dangers of excess iron, other scientists argue that it's a lack of iron--not too much--that endangers substantia nigra neurons.
As sementes de Dalbergia nigra utilizadas nesta pesquisa foram coletadas diretamente de duas arvores-matrizes na regiao de Vicosa, Minas Gerais, em setembro de 2010.
Assessment of symbiotic association of Scutellospora nigra with Burkholderia multivorans in Allium cepa as host plant
Research has confirmed that symptoms of PD are a result of progressive dopaminergic cell death in the substantia nigra pars compacta of the basal ganglia (Bergman & Deuschl, 2002).
Sambucus nigra (elderberry) is a commonly used herbal medicine, traditionally used in respiratory illnesses including influenza, colds and catarrh, and as a diaphoretic, diuretic, laxative and anti-inflammatory agent.
In this project, gene expression levels of three different hardwood trees species Black walnut (Juglans nigra, L.