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Утицај магнетних поља и других срединских стресора на физиолошке одговоре и понашање различитих врста (sr)
Uticaj magnetnih polja i drugih sredinskih stresora na fiziološke odgovore i ponašanje različitih vrsta (sr_RS)
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Ferrous iron binding to epinephrine promotes the oxidation of iron and impedes activation of adrenergic receptors

Korać Jačić, Jelena; Nikolić, Ljiljana; Stanković, Dalibor; Opačić, Miloš; Dimitrijević, Milena; Savić, Danijela; Grgurić-Šipka, Sanja; Spasojević, Ivan; Bogdanović Pristov, Jelena

(Elsevier, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Korać Jačić, Jelena
AU  - Nikolić, Ljiljana
AU  - Stanković, Dalibor
AU  - Opačić, Miloš
AU  - Dimitrijević, Milena
AU  - Savić, Danijela
AU  - Grgurić-Šipka, Sanja
AU  - Spasojević, Ivan
AU  - Bogdanović Pristov, Jelena
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/3809
AB  - Upon release in response to stress, epinephrine (Epi) may interact with labile iron pool in human plasma with potentially important (patho)physiological consequences. We have shown that Epi and Fe3+ build stable 1:1 high-spin bidentate complex at physiological pH, and that Epi does not undergo degradation in the presence of iron. However, the interactions of Epi with the more soluble Fe2+, and the impact of iron on biological activity of Epi are still not known. Herein we showed that Epi and Fe2+ build colorless complex which is stable under anaerobic conditions. In the presence of O2, Epi promoted the oxidation of Fe2+ and the formation of Epi-Fe3+ complex. Cyclic voltammetry showed that mid-point potential of Epi-Fe2+ complex is very low (−582 mV vs. standard hydrogen electrode), which explains catalyzed oxidation of Fe2+. Next, we examined the impact of iron binding on biological performance of Epi using patch clamping in cell culture with constitutive expression of adrenergic receptors. Epi alone evoked an increase of outward currents, whereas Epi in the complex with Fe3+ did not. This implies that the binding of Epi to adrenergic receptors and their activation is prevented by the formation of complex with iron. Pro-oxidative activity of Epi-Fe2+ complex may represent a link between chronic stress and cardiovascular problems. On the other hand, labile iron could serve as a modulator of biological activity of ligands. Such interactions may be important in human pathologies that are related to iron overload or deficiency.
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - Free Radical Biology and Medicine
T1  - Ferrous iron binding to epinephrine promotes the oxidation of iron and impedes activation of adrenergic receptors
VL  - 148
SP  - 123
EP  - 127
DO  - 10.1016/j.freeradbiomed.2020.01.001
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Korać Jačić, Jelena and Nikolić, Ljiljana and Stanković, Dalibor and Opačić, Miloš and Dimitrijević, Milena and Savić, Danijela and Grgurić-Šipka, Sanja and Spasojević, Ivan and Bogdanović Pristov, Jelena",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Upon release in response to stress, epinephrine (Epi) may interact with labile iron pool in human plasma with potentially important (patho)physiological consequences. We have shown that Epi and Fe3+ build stable 1:1 high-spin bidentate complex at physiological pH, and that Epi does not undergo degradation in the presence of iron. However, the interactions of Epi with the more soluble Fe2+, and the impact of iron on biological activity of Epi are still not known. Herein we showed that Epi and Fe2+ build colorless complex which is stable under anaerobic conditions. In the presence of O2, Epi promoted the oxidation of Fe2+ and the formation of Epi-Fe3+ complex. Cyclic voltammetry showed that mid-point potential of Epi-Fe2+ complex is very low (−582 mV vs. standard hydrogen electrode), which explains catalyzed oxidation of Fe2+. Next, we examined the impact of iron binding on biological performance of Epi using patch clamping in cell culture with constitutive expression of adrenergic receptors. Epi alone evoked an increase of outward currents, whereas Epi in the complex with Fe3+ did not. This implies that the binding of Epi to adrenergic receptors and their activation is prevented by the formation of complex with iron. Pro-oxidative activity of Epi-Fe2+ complex may represent a link between chronic stress and cardiovascular problems. On the other hand, labile iron could serve as a modulator of biological activity of ligands. Such interactions may be important in human pathologies that are related to iron overload or deficiency.",
publisher = "Elsevier",
journal = "Free Radical Biology and Medicine",
title = "Ferrous iron binding to epinephrine promotes the oxidation of iron and impedes activation of adrenergic receptors",
volume = "148",
pages = "123-127",
doi = "10.1016/j.freeradbiomed.2020.01.001"
}
Korać Jačić, J., Nikolić, L., Stanković, D., Opačić, M., Dimitrijević, M., Savić, D., Grgurić-Šipka, S., Spasojević, I.,& Bogdanović Pristov, J.. (2020). Ferrous iron binding to epinephrine promotes the oxidation of iron and impedes activation of adrenergic receptors. in Free Radical Biology and Medicine
Elsevier., 148, 123-127.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.freeradbiomed.2020.01.001
Korać Jačić J, Nikolić L, Stanković D, Opačić M, Dimitrijević M, Savić D, Grgurić-Šipka S, Spasojević I, Bogdanović Pristov J. Ferrous iron binding to epinephrine promotes the oxidation of iron and impedes activation of adrenergic receptors. in Free Radical Biology and Medicine. 2020;148:123-127.
doi:10.1016/j.freeradbiomed.2020.01.001 .
Korać Jačić, Jelena, Nikolić, Ljiljana, Stanković, Dalibor, Opačić, Miloš, Dimitrijević, Milena, Savić, Danijela, Grgurić-Šipka, Sanja, Spasojević, Ivan, Bogdanović Pristov, Jelena, "Ferrous iron binding to epinephrine promotes the oxidation of iron and impedes activation of adrenergic receptors" in Free Radical Biology and Medicine, 148 (2020):123-127,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.freeradbiomed.2020.01.001 . .

The pygidial gland secretion of the forest caterpillar hunter, Calosoma (Calosoma) sycophanta: the antimicrobial properties against human pathogens

Nenadic, Marija; Soković, Marina; Glamočlija, Jasmina; Ćirić, Ana D.; Peric-Mataruga, Vesna; Ilijin, Larisa; Tešević, Vele; Todosijević, Marina; Vujisić, Ljubodrag V.; Vesović, Nikola; Ćurčić, Srećko

(Springer, New York, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Nenadic, Marija
AU  - Soković, Marina
AU  - Glamočlija, Jasmina
AU  - Ćirić, Ana D.
AU  - Peric-Mataruga, Vesna
AU  - Ilijin, Larisa
AU  - Tešević, Vele
AU  - Todosijević, Marina
AU  - Vujisić, Ljubodrag V.
AU  - Vesović, Nikola
AU  - Ćurčić, Srećko
PY  - 2017
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2381
AB  - Recently, various insect secretions have been tested as possible antimicrobial agents. In beetles, these secretions are essentially products of various exocrine glands, of which particular emphasis is on pygidial glands that are common for the suborder Adephaga. The antimicrobial potential of the pygidial gland secretion isolated from the adults of Calosoma sycophanta against human pathogens has been tested and compared with the potential of other carabid species, particularly within the tribe Carabini. The antimicrobial assay includes a microdilution method which was applied in order to determine the minimal inhibitory, minimal fungicidal and minimal bactericidal concentrations. It has been tested the effect of the secretion against eight strains of fungal and eight strains of bacterial species. The secretion sample of the tested carabid species has shown statistically significant antifungal effect against all strains of treated micromycetes, the highest in comparison with previously tested carabids (Carabus spp., Laemostenus punctatus and Abax parallelepipedus). Aspergillus versicolor proved to be the most sensitive micromycete, while the remaining seven fungal strains have shown the same level of sensibility. In comparison with commercial mycotics ketoconazole and bifonazole, applied as positive controls, the tested secretion showed much higher antifungal activity for all fungal strains. Antibacterial effect has been manifested only against one bacterial strain (Escherichia coli), contrary to other previously studied carabid species. These observations might have a significant impact on the ecological domain and possible purpose in biomedical studies and applications in the future. Additionally, morpho-histology of the pygidial glands of C. sycophanta is investigated and discussed.
PB  - Springer, New York
T2  - Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
T1  - The pygidial gland secretion of the forest caterpillar hunter, Calosoma (Calosoma) sycophanta: the antimicrobial properties against human pathogens
VL  - 101
IS  - 3
SP  - 977
EP  - 985
DO  - 10.1007/s00253-016-8082-7
UR  - Kon_3197
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Nenadic, Marija and Soković, Marina and Glamočlija, Jasmina and Ćirić, Ana D. and Peric-Mataruga, Vesna and Ilijin, Larisa and Tešević, Vele and Todosijević, Marina and Vujisić, Ljubodrag V. and Vesović, Nikola and Ćurčić, Srećko",
year = "2017",
abstract = "Recently, various insect secretions have been tested as possible antimicrobial agents. In beetles, these secretions are essentially products of various exocrine glands, of which particular emphasis is on pygidial glands that are common for the suborder Adephaga. The antimicrobial potential of the pygidial gland secretion isolated from the adults of Calosoma sycophanta against human pathogens has been tested and compared with the potential of other carabid species, particularly within the tribe Carabini. The antimicrobial assay includes a microdilution method which was applied in order to determine the minimal inhibitory, minimal fungicidal and minimal bactericidal concentrations. It has been tested the effect of the secretion against eight strains of fungal and eight strains of bacterial species. The secretion sample of the tested carabid species has shown statistically significant antifungal effect against all strains of treated micromycetes, the highest in comparison with previously tested carabids (Carabus spp., Laemostenus punctatus and Abax parallelepipedus). Aspergillus versicolor proved to be the most sensitive micromycete, while the remaining seven fungal strains have shown the same level of sensibility. In comparison with commercial mycotics ketoconazole and bifonazole, applied as positive controls, the tested secretion showed much higher antifungal activity for all fungal strains. Antibacterial effect has been manifested only against one bacterial strain (Escherichia coli), contrary to other previously studied carabid species. These observations might have a significant impact on the ecological domain and possible purpose in biomedical studies and applications in the future. Additionally, morpho-histology of the pygidial glands of C. sycophanta is investigated and discussed.",
publisher = "Springer, New York",
journal = "Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology",
title = "The pygidial gland secretion of the forest caterpillar hunter, Calosoma (Calosoma) sycophanta: the antimicrobial properties against human pathogens",
volume = "101",
number = "3",
pages = "977-985",
doi = "10.1007/s00253-016-8082-7",
url = "Kon_3197"
}
Nenadic, M., Soković, M., Glamočlija, J., Ćirić, A. D., Peric-Mataruga, V., Ilijin, L., Tešević, V., Todosijević, M., Vujisić, L. V., Vesović, N.,& Ćurčić, S.. (2017). The pygidial gland secretion of the forest caterpillar hunter, Calosoma (Calosoma) sycophanta: the antimicrobial properties against human pathogens. in Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
Springer, New York., 101(3), 977-985.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00253-016-8082-7
Kon_3197
Nenadic M, Soković M, Glamočlija J, Ćirić AD, Peric-Mataruga V, Ilijin L, Tešević V, Todosijević M, Vujisić LV, Vesović N, Ćurčić S. The pygidial gland secretion of the forest caterpillar hunter, Calosoma (Calosoma) sycophanta: the antimicrobial properties against human pathogens. in Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 2017;101(3):977-985.
doi:10.1007/s00253-016-8082-7
Kon_3197 .
Nenadic, Marija, Soković, Marina, Glamočlija, Jasmina, Ćirić, Ana D., Peric-Mataruga, Vesna, Ilijin, Larisa, Tešević, Vele, Todosijević, Marina, Vujisić, Ljubodrag V., Vesović, Nikola, Ćurčić, Srećko, "The pygidial gland secretion of the forest caterpillar hunter, Calosoma (Calosoma) sycophanta: the antimicrobial properties against human pathogens" in Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 101, no. 3 (2017):977-985,
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00253-016-8082-7 .,
Kon_3197 .
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Chemical secretion and morpho-histology of the pygidial glands in two Palaearctic predatory ground beetle species: Carabus (Tomocarabus) convexus and C. (Procrustes) coriaceus (Coleoptera: Carabidae)

Vesović, Nikola; Vujisić, Ljubodrag V.; Peric-Mataruga, Vesna; Krstić, Gordana B.; Nenadic, Marija; Cvetković, Mirjana; Ilijin, Larisa; Stanković, Jovana; Ćurčić, Srećko

(Taylor & Francis Ltd, Abingdon, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Vesović, Nikola
AU  - Vujisić, Ljubodrag V.
AU  - Peric-Mataruga, Vesna
AU  - Krstić, Gordana B.
AU  - Nenadic, Marija
AU  - Cvetković, Mirjana
AU  - Ilijin, Larisa
AU  - Stanković, Jovana
AU  - Ćurčić, Srećko
PY  - 2017
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2439
AB  - Although all ground beetles have pygidial glands homologous in structure and function, there are many differences among species, often significant, in terms of chemical composition of the secretion and morphology of the gland components. In this paper, two predatory ground beetle species of the genus Carabus, namely C. (Tomocarabus) convexus and C. (Procrustes) coriaceus, were subjected to chemical, morphological and histological study of their pygidial glands and the glands' secretions. Altogether, three carboxylic acids were isolated, and the pygidial gland reservoir and other glandular parts are morphologically described in the study. We also tested whether there exist differences in chemical content of the secretion obtained by upsetting the beetles in a traditional way and that obtained directly from intact reservoirs. Detailed data on morphology of the pygidial glands of both species are presented, as well as updated information about the chemical components of the glandular secretions. Apart from tiglic and methacrylic acids, which are typical for Carabus pygidial secretions, we also found benzoic acid as a minor component of the secretion in both species. In addition, a chemotaxonomic overview of Carabus taxa is given in the paper.
PB  - Taylor & Francis Ltd, Abingdon
T2  - Journal of Natural History
T1  - Chemical secretion and morpho-histology of the pygidial glands in two Palaearctic predatory ground beetle species: Carabus (Tomocarabus) convexus and C. (Procrustes) coriaceus (Coleoptera: Carabidae)
VL  - 51
IS  - 9-10
SP  - 545
EP  - 560
DO  - 10.1080/00222933.2017.1293183
UR  - Kon_3255
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Vesović, Nikola and Vujisić, Ljubodrag V. and Peric-Mataruga, Vesna and Krstić, Gordana B. and Nenadic, Marija and Cvetković, Mirjana and Ilijin, Larisa and Stanković, Jovana and Ćurčić, Srećko",
year = "2017",
abstract = "Although all ground beetles have pygidial glands homologous in structure and function, there are many differences among species, often significant, in terms of chemical composition of the secretion and morphology of the gland components. In this paper, two predatory ground beetle species of the genus Carabus, namely C. (Tomocarabus) convexus and C. (Procrustes) coriaceus, were subjected to chemical, morphological and histological study of their pygidial glands and the glands' secretions. Altogether, three carboxylic acids were isolated, and the pygidial gland reservoir and other glandular parts are morphologically described in the study. We also tested whether there exist differences in chemical content of the secretion obtained by upsetting the beetles in a traditional way and that obtained directly from intact reservoirs. Detailed data on morphology of the pygidial glands of both species are presented, as well as updated information about the chemical components of the glandular secretions. Apart from tiglic and methacrylic acids, which are typical for Carabus pygidial secretions, we also found benzoic acid as a minor component of the secretion in both species. In addition, a chemotaxonomic overview of Carabus taxa is given in the paper.",
publisher = "Taylor & Francis Ltd, Abingdon",
journal = "Journal of Natural History",
title = "Chemical secretion and morpho-histology of the pygidial glands in two Palaearctic predatory ground beetle species: Carabus (Tomocarabus) convexus and C. (Procrustes) coriaceus (Coleoptera: Carabidae)",
volume = "51",
number = "9-10",
pages = "545-560",
doi = "10.1080/00222933.2017.1293183",
url = "Kon_3255"
}
Vesović, N., Vujisić, L. V., Peric-Mataruga, V., Krstić, G. B., Nenadic, M., Cvetković, M., Ilijin, L., Stanković, J.,& Ćurčić, S.. (2017). Chemical secretion and morpho-histology of the pygidial glands in two Palaearctic predatory ground beetle species: Carabus (Tomocarabus) convexus and C. (Procrustes) coriaceus (Coleoptera: Carabidae). in Journal of Natural History
Taylor & Francis Ltd, Abingdon., 51(9-10), 545-560.
https://doi.org/10.1080/00222933.2017.1293183
Kon_3255
Vesović N, Vujisić LV, Peric-Mataruga V, Krstić GB, Nenadic M, Cvetković M, Ilijin L, Stanković J, Ćurčić S. Chemical secretion and morpho-histology of the pygidial glands in two Palaearctic predatory ground beetle species: Carabus (Tomocarabus) convexus and C. (Procrustes) coriaceus (Coleoptera: Carabidae). in Journal of Natural History. 2017;51(9-10):545-560.
doi:10.1080/00222933.2017.1293183
Kon_3255 .
Vesović, Nikola, Vujisić, Ljubodrag V., Peric-Mataruga, Vesna, Krstić, Gordana B., Nenadic, Marija, Cvetković, Mirjana, Ilijin, Larisa, Stanković, Jovana, Ćurčić, Srećko, "Chemical secretion and morpho-histology of the pygidial glands in two Palaearctic predatory ground beetle species: Carabus (Tomocarabus) convexus and C. (Procrustes) coriaceus (Coleoptera: Carabidae)" in Journal of Natural History, 51, no. 9-10 (2017):545-560,
https://doi.org/10.1080/00222933.2017.1293183 .,
Kon_3255 .
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Antifungal activity of the pygidial gland secretion of Laemostenus punctatus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) against cave-dwelling micromycetes

Nenadic, Marija; Ljaljević-Grbić, Milica; Stupar, Miloš; Vukojević, Jelena; Ćirić, Ana D.; Tešević, Vele; Vujisić, Ljubodrag V.; Todosijević, Marina; Vesović, Nikola; Živković, Nemanja; Ćurčić, Srećko

(Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Nenadic, Marija
AU  - Ljaljević-Grbić, Milica
AU  - Stupar, Miloš
AU  - Vukojević, Jelena
AU  - Ćirić, Ana D.
AU  - Tešević, Vele
AU  - Vujisić, Ljubodrag V.
AU  - Todosijević, Marina
AU  - Vesović, Nikola
AU  - Živković, Nemanja
AU  - Ćurčić, Srećko
PY  - 2017
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2474
AB  - The antifungal potential of the pygidial gland secretion of the troglophilic ground beetle Laemostenus punctatus from a cave in Southeastern Serbia against cave-dwelling micromycetes, isolated from the same habitat, has been investigated. Eleven collected samples were analyzed and 32 isolates of cave-dwelling fungi were documented. A total of 14 fungal species were identified as members of the genera Aspergillus, Penicillium, Alternaria, Cladosporium, Rhizopus, Trichoderma, Arthrinium, Aureobasidium, Epicoccum, Talaromyces, and Fusarium. Five isolates were selected for testing the antifungal activity of the pygidial gland secretion : Talaromyces duclauxi, Aspergillus brunneouniseriatus, Penicillium sp., Rhizopus stolonifer, and Trichoderma viride. The microdilution method has been applied to detect minimal inhibitory concentrations (MICs) and minimal fungicidal concentrations (MFCs). The most sensitive isolate was Penicillium sp., while the other isolates demonstrated a high level of resistance to the tested agent. L. punctatus has developed a special mechanism of producing specific compounds that act synergistically within the secretion mixture, which are responsible for the antifungal action against pathogens from the cave. The results open opportunities for further research in the field of ground beetle defense against pathogens, which could have an important application in human medicine, in addition to the environmental impact, primarily.
PB  - Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg
T2  - Naturwissenschaften
T1  - Antifungal activity of the pygidial gland secretion of Laemostenus punctatus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) against cave-dwelling micromycetes
VL  - 104
IS  - 5-6
SP  - 52
DO  - 10.1007/s00114-017-1474-4
UR  - Kon_3290
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Nenadic, Marija and Ljaljević-Grbić, Milica and Stupar, Miloš and Vukojević, Jelena and Ćirić, Ana D. and Tešević, Vele and Vujisić, Ljubodrag V. and Todosijević, Marina and Vesović, Nikola and Živković, Nemanja and Ćurčić, Srećko",
year = "2017",
abstract = "The antifungal potential of the pygidial gland secretion of the troglophilic ground beetle Laemostenus punctatus from a cave in Southeastern Serbia against cave-dwelling micromycetes, isolated from the same habitat, has been investigated. Eleven collected samples were analyzed and 32 isolates of cave-dwelling fungi were documented. A total of 14 fungal species were identified as members of the genera Aspergillus, Penicillium, Alternaria, Cladosporium, Rhizopus, Trichoderma, Arthrinium, Aureobasidium, Epicoccum, Talaromyces, and Fusarium. Five isolates were selected for testing the antifungal activity of the pygidial gland secretion : Talaromyces duclauxi, Aspergillus brunneouniseriatus, Penicillium sp., Rhizopus stolonifer, and Trichoderma viride. The microdilution method has been applied to detect minimal inhibitory concentrations (MICs) and minimal fungicidal concentrations (MFCs). The most sensitive isolate was Penicillium sp., while the other isolates demonstrated a high level of resistance to the tested agent. L. punctatus has developed a special mechanism of producing specific compounds that act synergistically within the secretion mixture, which are responsible for the antifungal action against pathogens from the cave. The results open opportunities for further research in the field of ground beetle defense against pathogens, which could have an important application in human medicine, in addition to the environmental impact, primarily.",
publisher = "Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg",
journal = "Naturwissenschaften",
title = "Antifungal activity of the pygidial gland secretion of Laemostenus punctatus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) against cave-dwelling micromycetes",
volume = "104",
number = "5-6",
pages = "52",
doi = "10.1007/s00114-017-1474-4",
url = "Kon_3290"
}
Nenadic, M., Ljaljević-Grbić, M., Stupar, M., Vukojević, J., Ćirić, A. D., Tešević, V., Vujisić, L. V., Todosijević, M., Vesović, N., Živković, N.,& Ćurčić, S.. (2017). Antifungal activity of the pygidial gland secretion of Laemostenus punctatus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) against cave-dwelling micromycetes. in Naturwissenschaften
Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg., 104(5-6), 52.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00114-017-1474-4
Kon_3290
Nenadic M, Ljaljević-Grbić M, Stupar M, Vukojević J, Ćirić AD, Tešević V, Vujisić LV, Todosijević M, Vesović N, Živković N, Ćurčić S. Antifungal activity of the pygidial gland secretion of Laemostenus punctatus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) against cave-dwelling micromycetes. in Naturwissenschaften. 2017;104(5-6):52.
doi:10.1007/s00114-017-1474-4
Kon_3290 .
Nenadic, Marija, Ljaljević-Grbić, Milica, Stupar, Miloš, Vukojević, Jelena, Ćirić, Ana D., Tešević, Vele, Vujisić, Ljubodrag V., Todosijević, Marina, Vesović, Nikola, Živković, Nemanja, Ćurčić, Srećko, "Antifungal activity of the pygidial gland secretion of Laemostenus punctatus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) against cave-dwelling micromycetes" in Naturwissenschaften, 104, no. 5-6 (2017):52,
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00114-017-1474-4 .,
Kon_3290 .
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Influence of dietary cadmium exposure on fitness traits and its accumulation (with an overview on trace elements) in Lymantria dispar larvae

Vlahovic, Milena; Matic, Dragana; Mutić, Jelena; Trifković, Jelena; Đurđić, Slađana Z.; Mataruga, Vesna Peric

(Elsevier Science Inc, New York, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Vlahovic, Milena
AU  - Matic, Dragana
AU  - Mutić, Jelena
AU  - Trifković, Jelena
AU  - Đurđić, Slađana Z.
AU  - Mataruga, Vesna Peric
PY  - 2017
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2529
AB  - Bioaccumulation and excretion of heavy metals in insects is only partially clarified. We have investigated cadmium accumulation in the feces, head and integument of Lymantria dispar (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) larvae exposed to chronic dietary intake of cadmium. The aim of the experiment was to establish modalities of metal accumulation, primarily cadmium, as well as changes in fitness traits in two insect populations receiving 50 or 100 mu g Cd/g dry food. The egg-masses originated from two localities: a protected nature reserve (unpolluted population) and an area near a busy highway (polluted population) in Serbia. At both added dietary levels cadmium concentration was highest in feces. Small alterations in metal concentrations after both cadmium treatments were detected in the integument. It was established that irrespective of population origin, the modality of decline of larval mass and relative growth rate (RGR) was similar. Concentrations of Cu and Zn in the integument were approximately the same regardless of dietary cadmium intake. However, cadmium accumulation in the examined tissues, as well as variability of fitness traits depended on population origin and cadmium concentration. In larvae from both populations not given contaminated food the head was the organ with the greatest accumulation of trace elements. Our results reveal how invasive phytophagous insects cope with high metal concentrations in their food by body mass (RGR) reduction and energy allocation towards processes that enable accumulation of cadmium and other trace elements in different tissues.
PB  - Elsevier Science Inc, New York
T2  - Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. C: Toxicology and Pharmacology
T1  - Influence of dietary cadmium exposure on fitness traits and its accumulation (with an overview on trace elements) in Lymantria dispar larvae
VL  - 200
SP  - 27
EP  - 33
DO  - 10.1016/j.cbpc.2017.06.003
UR  - Kon_3345
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Vlahovic, Milena and Matic, Dragana and Mutić, Jelena and Trifković, Jelena and Đurđić, Slađana Z. and Mataruga, Vesna Peric",
year = "2017",
abstract = "Bioaccumulation and excretion of heavy metals in insects is only partially clarified. We have investigated cadmium accumulation in the feces, head and integument of Lymantria dispar (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) larvae exposed to chronic dietary intake of cadmium. The aim of the experiment was to establish modalities of metal accumulation, primarily cadmium, as well as changes in fitness traits in two insect populations receiving 50 or 100 mu g Cd/g dry food. The egg-masses originated from two localities: a protected nature reserve (unpolluted population) and an area near a busy highway (polluted population) in Serbia. At both added dietary levels cadmium concentration was highest in feces. Small alterations in metal concentrations after both cadmium treatments were detected in the integument. It was established that irrespective of population origin, the modality of decline of larval mass and relative growth rate (RGR) was similar. Concentrations of Cu and Zn in the integument were approximately the same regardless of dietary cadmium intake. However, cadmium accumulation in the examined tissues, as well as variability of fitness traits depended on population origin and cadmium concentration. In larvae from both populations not given contaminated food the head was the organ with the greatest accumulation of trace elements. Our results reveal how invasive phytophagous insects cope with high metal concentrations in their food by body mass (RGR) reduction and energy allocation towards processes that enable accumulation of cadmium and other trace elements in different tissues.",
publisher = "Elsevier Science Inc, New York",
journal = "Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. C: Toxicology and Pharmacology",
title = "Influence of dietary cadmium exposure on fitness traits and its accumulation (with an overview on trace elements) in Lymantria dispar larvae",
volume = "200",
pages = "27-33",
doi = "10.1016/j.cbpc.2017.06.003",
url = "Kon_3345"
}
Vlahovic, M., Matic, D., Mutić, J., Trifković, J., Đurđić, S. Z.,& Mataruga, V. P.. (2017). Influence of dietary cadmium exposure on fitness traits and its accumulation (with an overview on trace elements) in Lymantria dispar larvae. in Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. C: Toxicology and Pharmacology
Elsevier Science Inc, New York., 200, 27-33.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cbpc.2017.06.003
Kon_3345
Vlahovic M, Matic D, Mutić J, Trifković J, Đurđić SZ, Mataruga VP. Influence of dietary cadmium exposure on fitness traits and its accumulation (with an overview on trace elements) in Lymantria dispar larvae. in Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. C: Toxicology and Pharmacology. 2017;200:27-33.
doi:10.1016/j.cbpc.2017.06.003
Kon_3345 .
Vlahovic, Milena, Matic, Dragana, Mutić, Jelena, Trifković, Jelena, Đurđić, Slađana Z., Mataruga, Vesna Peric, "Influence of dietary cadmium exposure on fitness traits and its accumulation (with an overview on trace elements) in Lymantria dispar larvae" in Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. C: Toxicology and Pharmacology, 200 (2017):27-33,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cbpc.2017.06.003 .,
Kon_3345 .
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Antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion of the troglophilic ground beetle Laemostenus (Pristonychus) punctatus (Dejean, 1828) (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae)

Nenadic, M.; Soković, Marina; Glamočlija, Jasmina; Ćirić, Ana D.; Peric-Mataruga, V.; Tešević, Vele; Vujisić, Ljubodrag V.; Todosijević, Marina; Vesović, Nikola; Curcic, S.

(Cambridge Univ Press, Cambridge, 2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Nenadic, M.
AU  - Soković, Marina
AU  - Glamočlija, Jasmina
AU  - Ćirić, Ana D.
AU  - Peric-Mataruga, V.
AU  - Tešević, Vele
AU  - Vujisić, Ljubodrag V.
AU  - Todosijević, Marina
AU  - Vesović, Nikola
AU  - Curcic, S.
PY  - 2016
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2274
AB  - The antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion released by adult individuals of the troglophilic ground beetle Laemostenus (Pristonychus) punctatus (Dejean, 1828), applying microdilution method with the aim to detect minimal inhibitory concentration, minimal bactericidal concentration and minimal fungicidal concentration, has been investigated. In addition, morphology of the pygidial glands is observed. Wehave tested 16 laboratory and clinical strains of human pathogens-eight bacterial both gram-positive and gram-negative species and eight fungal species. The pygidial secretion samples have showed antimicrobial properties against all strains of treated bacteria and fungi. Micrococcus flavus proved to be more resistant compared with other bacterial strains. More significant antimicrobial properties of the secretion are observed against Escherichia coli, which proved to be the most sensitive bacteria. Aspergillus fumigatus proved to be the most resistant, while Penicillium ochrochloron and Penicillium verrucosum var. cyclopium themost sensitive micromycetes. Commercial antibiotics Streptomycin and Ampicillin and antimycotics Ketoconazole and Bifonazole, applied as positive controls, showed higher antibacterial properties for all bacterial and fungal strains, except for P. ochrochloron, which proved to be more resistant on Ketoconazole compared with the pygidial gland secretion of L. (P.) punctatus. Apart from the role in ecological aspects, the antimicrobial properties of the tested secretion possibly might have medical significance in the future.
PB  - Cambridge Univ Press, Cambridge
T2  - Bulletin of Entomological Research
T1  - Antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion of the troglophilic ground beetle Laemostenus (Pristonychus) punctatus (Dejean, 1828) (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae)
VL  - 106
IS  - 4
SP  - 474
EP  - 480
DO  - 10.1017/S0007485316000109
UR  - Kon_3090
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Nenadic, M. and Soković, Marina and Glamočlija, Jasmina and Ćirić, Ana D. and Peric-Mataruga, V. and Tešević, Vele and Vujisić, Ljubodrag V. and Todosijević, Marina and Vesović, Nikola and Curcic, S.",
year = "2016",
abstract = "The antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion released by adult individuals of the troglophilic ground beetle Laemostenus (Pristonychus) punctatus (Dejean, 1828), applying microdilution method with the aim to detect minimal inhibitory concentration, minimal bactericidal concentration and minimal fungicidal concentration, has been investigated. In addition, morphology of the pygidial glands is observed. Wehave tested 16 laboratory and clinical strains of human pathogens-eight bacterial both gram-positive and gram-negative species and eight fungal species. The pygidial secretion samples have showed antimicrobial properties against all strains of treated bacteria and fungi. Micrococcus flavus proved to be more resistant compared with other bacterial strains. More significant antimicrobial properties of the secretion are observed against Escherichia coli, which proved to be the most sensitive bacteria. Aspergillus fumigatus proved to be the most resistant, while Penicillium ochrochloron and Penicillium verrucosum var. cyclopium themost sensitive micromycetes. Commercial antibiotics Streptomycin and Ampicillin and antimycotics Ketoconazole and Bifonazole, applied as positive controls, showed higher antibacterial properties for all bacterial and fungal strains, except for P. ochrochloron, which proved to be more resistant on Ketoconazole compared with the pygidial gland secretion of L. (P.) punctatus. Apart from the role in ecological aspects, the antimicrobial properties of the tested secretion possibly might have medical significance in the future.",
publisher = "Cambridge Univ Press, Cambridge",
journal = "Bulletin of Entomological Research",
title = "Antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion of the troglophilic ground beetle Laemostenus (Pristonychus) punctatus (Dejean, 1828) (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae)",
volume = "106",
number = "4",
pages = "474-480",
doi = "10.1017/S0007485316000109",
url = "Kon_3090"
}
Nenadic, M., Soković, M., Glamočlija, J., Ćirić, A. D., Peric-Mataruga, V., Tešević, V., Vujisić, L. V., Todosijević, M., Vesović, N.,& Curcic, S.. (2016). Antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion of the troglophilic ground beetle Laemostenus (Pristonychus) punctatus (Dejean, 1828) (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae). in Bulletin of Entomological Research
Cambridge Univ Press, Cambridge., 106(4), 474-480.
https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007485316000109
Kon_3090
Nenadic M, Soković M, Glamočlija J, Ćirić AD, Peric-Mataruga V, Tešević V, Vujisić LV, Todosijević M, Vesović N, Curcic S. Antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion of the troglophilic ground beetle Laemostenus (Pristonychus) punctatus (Dejean, 1828) (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae). in Bulletin of Entomological Research. 2016;106(4):474-480.
doi:10.1017/S0007485316000109
Kon_3090 .
Nenadic, M., Soković, Marina, Glamočlija, Jasmina, Ćirić, Ana D., Peric-Mataruga, V., Tešević, Vele, Vujisić, Ljubodrag V., Todosijević, Marina, Vesović, Nikola, Curcic, S., "Antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion of the troglophilic ground beetle Laemostenus (Pristonychus) punctatus (Dejean, 1828) (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae)" in Bulletin of Entomological Research, 106, no. 4 (2016):474-480,
https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007485316000109 .,
Kon_3090 .
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Antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion of three ground beetle species (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae)

Nenadic, Marija; Soković, Marina; Glamočlija, Jasmina; Ćirić, Ana D.; Peric-Mataruga, Vesna; Ilijin, Larisa; Tešević, Vele; Vujisić, Ljubodrag V.; Todosijević, Marina; Vesović, Nikola; Ćurčić, Srećko

(Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg, 2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Nenadic, Marija
AU  - Soković, Marina
AU  - Glamočlija, Jasmina
AU  - Ćirić, Ana D.
AU  - Peric-Mataruga, Vesna
AU  - Ilijin, Larisa
AU  - Tešević, Vele
AU  - Vujisić, Ljubodrag V.
AU  - Todosijević, Marina
AU  - Vesović, Nikola
AU  - Ćurčić, Srećko
PY  - 2016
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1904
AB  - The antimicrobial properties of the pygidial gland secretions released by the adults of the three ground beetle species, Carabus ullrichii, C. coriaceus, and Abax parallelepipedus, have been tested. Microdilution method was applied for detection of minimal inhibitory concentrations (MICs), minimal bactericidal concentrations (MBCs), and minimal fungicidal concentrations (MFCs). Additionally, morpho-histology of the pygidial glands is investigated. We have tested 16 laboratory and clinical strains of human pathogens-eight bacterial both gram-positive and gram-negative species and eight fungal species. The pygidial secretion samples of C. ullrichii have showed the strongest antimicrobial effect against all strains of treated bacteria and fungi. Staphylococcus aureus, Lysteria monocytogenes, and Salmonella typhimurium proved to be the most sensitive bacterial strains. Penicillium funiculosum proved to be the most sensitive micromycete, while P. ochrochloron and P. verrucosum var. cyclopium the most resistant micromycetes. The pygidial secretion of C. coriaceus has showed antibacterial potential solely against Pseudomonas aeruginosa and antifungal activity against Aspergillus fumigatus, A. versicolor, A. ochraceus, and P. ochrochloron. Antibacterial properties of pygidial gland secretion of A. parallelepipedus were achieved against P. aeruginosa, while antifungal activity was detected against five of the eight tested micromycetes (A. fumigatus, A. versicolor, A. ochraceus, Trichoderma viride, and P. verrucosum var. cyclopium). Commercial antibiotics Streptomycin and Ampicillin and mycotics Ketoconazole and Bifonazole, applied as the positive controls, showed higher antibacterial/antifungal properties for all bacterial and fungal strains. The results of this observation might have a significant impact on the environmental aspects and possible medical purpose in the future.
PB  - Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg
T2  - Naturwissenschaften
T1  - Antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion of three ground beetle species (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae)
VL  - 103
IS  - 3-4
SP  - 34
DO  - 10.1007/s00114-016-1358-z
UR  - Kon_3023
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Nenadic, Marija and Soković, Marina and Glamočlija, Jasmina and Ćirić, Ana D. and Peric-Mataruga, Vesna and Ilijin, Larisa and Tešević, Vele and Vujisić, Ljubodrag V. and Todosijević, Marina and Vesović, Nikola and Ćurčić, Srećko",
year = "2016",
abstract = "The antimicrobial properties of the pygidial gland secretions released by the adults of the three ground beetle species, Carabus ullrichii, C. coriaceus, and Abax parallelepipedus, have been tested. Microdilution method was applied for detection of minimal inhibitory concentrations (MICs), minimal bactericidal concentrations (MBCs), and minimal fungicidal concentrations (MFCs). Additionally, morpho-histology of the pygidial glands is investigated. We have tested 16 laboratory and clinical strains of human pathogens-eight bacterial both gram-positive and gram-negative species and eight fungal species. The pygidial secretion samples of C. ullrichii have showed the strongest antimicrobial effect against all strains of treated bacteria and fungi. Staphylococcus aureus, Lysteria monocytogenes, and Salmonella typhimurium proved to be the most sensitive bacterial strains. Penicillium funiculosum proved to be the most sensitive micromycete, while P. ochrochloron and P. verrucosum var. cyclopium the most resistant micromycetes. The pygidial secretion of C. coriaceus has showed antibacterial potential solely against Pseudomonas aeruginosa and antifungal activity against Aspergillus fumigatus, A. versicolor, A. ochraceus, and P. ochrochloron. Antibacterial properties of pygidial gland secretion of A. parallelepipedus were achieved against P. aeruginosa, while antifungal activity was detected against five of the eight tested micromycetes (A. fumigatus, A. versicolor, A. ochraceus, Trichoderma viride, and P. verrucosum var. cyclopium). Commercial antibiotics Streptomycin and Ampicillin and mycotics Ketoconazole and Bifonazole, applied as the positive controls, showed higher antibacterial/antifungal properties for all bacterial and fungal strains. The results of this observation might have a significant impact on the environmental aspects and possible medical purpose in the future.",
publisher = "Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg",
journal = "Naturwissenschaften",
title = "Antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion of three ground beetle species (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae)",
volume = "103",
number = "3-4",
pages = "34",
doi = "10.1007/s00114-016-1358-z",
url = "Kon_3023"
}
Nenadic, M., Soković, M., Glamočlija, J., Ćirić, A. D., Peric-Mataruga, V., Ilijin, L., Tešević, V., Vujisić, L. V., Todosijević, M., Vesović, N.,& Ćurčić, S.. (2016). Antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion of three ground beetle species (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae). in Naturwissenschaften
Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg., 103(3-4), 34.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00114-016-1358-z
Kon_3023
Nenadic M, Soković M, Glamočlija J, Ćirić AD, Peric-Mataruga V, Ilijin L, Tešević V, Vujisić LV, Todosijević M, Vesović N, Ćurčić S. Antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion of three ground beetle species (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae). in Naturwissenschaften. 2016;103(3-4):34.
doi:10.1007/s00114-016-1358-z
Kon_3023 .
Nenadic, Marija, Soković, Marina, Glamočlija, Jasmina, Ćirić, Ana D., Peric-Mataruga, Vesna, Ilijin, Larisa, Tešević, Vele, Vujisić, Ljubodrag V., Todosijević, Marina, Vesović, Nikola, Ćurčić, Srećko, "Antimicrobial activity of the pygidial gland secretion of three ground beetle species (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae)" in Naturwissenschaften, 103, no. 3-4 (2016):34,
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00114-016-1358-z .,
Kon_3023 .
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Molecular Diversity of Compounds from Pygidial Gland Secretions of Cave-Dwelling Ground Beetles: The First Evidence

Vesović, Nikola; Ćurčić, Srećko; Vujisić, Ljubodrag V.; Nenadic, Marija; Krstić, Gordana B.; Peric-Mataruga, Vesna; Milosavljević, Slobodan M.; Antic, Dragan; Mandić, Boris; Petkovic, Matija; Vučković, Ivan M.; Marković, Đorđe; Vrbica, Maja; Ćurčić, Božidar; Makarov, Slobodan E.

(Springer, Dordrecht, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Vesović, Nikola
AU  - Ćurčić, Srećko
AU  - Vujisić, Ljubodrag V.
AU  - Nenadic, Marija
AU  - Krstić, Gordana B.
AU  - Peric-Mataruga, Vesna
AU  - Milosavljević, Slobodan M.
AU  - Antic, Dragan
AU  - Mandić, Boris
AU  - Petkovic, Matija
AU  - Vučković, Ivan M.
AU  - Marković, Đorđe
AU  - Vrbica, Maja
AU  - Ćurčić, Božidar
AU  - Makarov, Slobodan E.
PY  - 2015
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1482
AB  - Three adult cave-dwelling ground beetle species were induced to discharge secretions of their pygidial glands into vials. Dichloromethane extraction was used to obtain the secretions. In total, 42 compounds were identified by GC/MS analysis. Pheggomisetes ninae contained 32 glandular compounds, Laemostenus (Pristonychus) punctatus 13, whereas Duvalius (Paraduvalius) milutini had nine compounds. Caproic, oleic, palmitic, and stearic acids were present in the samples of all analyzed species. Undecane was predominant in the extract of L. punctatus. Palmitic acid was the major component in the secretion of D. milutini. Finally, the most abundant compounds in P. ninae secretion were heptacosene and nonacosadienes. Herein, we present the first data on the identification of pygidial gland secretion components in both troglophilous and troglobite cave-dwelling ground beetles. Some compounds are reported for the first time in the secretions of ground beetles and other higher or lower taxa. The adaptation to underground life has not led to a reduction or changes in the chemical defense mechanism in the analyzed troglophilous and troglobitic Platyninae and Trechinae taxa.
PB  - Springer, Dordrecht
T2  - Journal of Chemical Ecology
T1  - Molecular Diversity of Compounds from Pygidial Gland Secretions of Cave-Dwelling Ground Beetles: The First Evidence
VL  - 41
IS  - 6
SP  - 533
EP  - 539
DO  - 10.1007/s10886-015-0593-7
UR  - Kon_2602
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Vesović, Nikola and Ćurčić, Srećko and Vujisić, Ljubodrag V. and Nenadic, Marija and Krstić, Gordana B. and Peric-Mataruga, Vesna and Milosavljević, Slobodan M. and Antic, Dragan and Mandić, Boris and Petkovic, Matija and Vučković, Ivan M. and Marković, Đorđe and Vrbica, Maja and Ćurčić, Božidar and Makarov, Slobodan E.",
year = "2015",
abstract = "Three adult cave-dwelling ground beetle species were induced to discharge secretions of their pygidial glands into vials. Dichloromethane extraction was used to obtain the secretions. In total, 42 compounds were identified by GC/MS analysis. Pheggomisetes ninae contained 32 glandular compounds, Laemostenus (Pristonychus) punctatus 13, whereas Duvalius (Paraduvalius) milutini had nine compounds. Caproic, oleic, palmitic, and stearic acids were present in the samples of all analyzed species. Undecane was predominant in the extract of L. punctatus. Palmitic acid was the major component in the secretion of D. milutini. Finally, the most abundant compounds in P. ninae secretion were heptacosene and nonacosadienes. Herein, we present the first data on the identification of pygidial gland secretion components in both troglophilous and troglobite cave-dwelling ground beetles. Some compounds are reported for the first time in the secretions of ground beetles and other higher or lower taxa. The adaptation to underground life has not led to a reduction or changes in the chemical defense mechanism in the analyzed troglophilous and troglobitic Platyninae and Trechinae taxa.",
publisher = "Springer, Dordrecht",
journal = "Journal of Chemical Ecology",
title = "Molecular Diversity of Compounds from Pygidial Gland Secretions of Cave-Dwelling Ground Beetles: The First Evidence",
volume = "41",
number = "6",
pages = "533-539",
doi = "10.1007/s10886-015-0593-7",
url = "Kon_2602"
}
Vesović, N., Ćurčić, S., Vujisić, L. V., Nenadic, M., Krstić, G. B., Peric-Mataruga, V., Milosavljević, S. M., Antic, D., Mandić, B., Petkovic, M., Vučković, I. M., Marković, Đ., Vrbica, M., Ćurčić, B.,& Makarov, S. E.. (2015). Molecular Diversity of Compounds from Pygidial Gland Secretions of Cave-Dwelling Ground Beetles: The First Evidence. in Journal of Chemical Ecology
Springer, Dordrecht., 41(6), 533-539.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10886-015-0593-7
Kon_2602
Vesović N, Ćurčić S, Vujisić LV, Nenadic M, Krstić GB, Peric-Mataruga V, Milosavljević SM, Antic D, Mandić B, Petkovic M, Vučković IM, Marković Đ, Vrbica M, Ćurčić B, Makarov SE. Molecular Diversity of Compounds from Pygidial Gland Secretions of Cave-Dwelling Ground Beetles: The First Evidence. in Journal of Chemical Ecology. 2015;41(6):533-539.
doi:10.1007/s10886-015-0593-7
Kon_2602 .
Vesović, Nikola, Ćurčić, Srećko, Vujisić, Ljubodrag V., Nenadic, Marija, Krstić, Gordana B., Peric-Mataruga, Vesna, Milosavljević, Slobodan M., Antic, Dragan, Mandić, Boris, Petkovic, Matija, Vučković, Ivan M., Marković, Đorđe, Vrbica, Maja, Ćurčić, Božidar, Makarov, Slobodan E., "Molecular Diversity of Compounds from Pygidial Gland Secretions of Cave-Dwelling Ground Beetles: The First Evidence" in Journal of Chemical Ecology, 41, no. 6 (2015):533-539,
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10886-015-0593-7 .,
Kon_2602 .
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