Phytochemical diversity

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Satureja - Ethnomedicine, phytochemical diversity and pharmacological activities" presents the following contents: Introduction; satureja - Ethnopharmacology and ethnomedicine; micromorphological characterizations, phytochemical contents.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Satureja - Ethnomedicine, phytochemical diversity and pharmacological activities" presents the following contents: Biological and pharmacological activity, satureja bachtiarica - Phytochemistry and pharmacology, discussion and conclusion.

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  • How different levels of genetic variance affect the rate of evolutionary change within populations has also been intensively studied. Such changes were originally studied using phenotypic markers: variation among individual plants in traits, such as leaf shape or flower color (Ward et al., 2008). Subsequently the detection of genetic variation has become more sensitive, firstly through the utilization of variation in enzymes (allozymes) and then through PCR-based marker systems allowing direct examination of DNA sequence variation.

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  • In contrast to other animals, humans sense their world chiefly by vision, sound, and touch. We have, in general, a remarkably undeveloped sense of smell, and so it is not surprising that we fail to appreciate how important chemical signals are in the lives of other organisms. Chemical signals and cues serve insects in numerous ways, including sexual advertisement, social organization, defense, and finding and recognizing resources.

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  • The theoretical metrics developed, such as genetic variance and heritability (Fisher, 1930; Wright, 1931), provided the quantitative standards necessary for the evolutionary synthesis. Further research has focused on the origin of genetic diversity, its maintenance and its role in evolution. Simple questions such as “who breeds with whom” initiated studies on the relatedness of populations.

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  • Although the Apollonian aesthetic and the more general valuation of reason and control became the dominant tradition, the core ideas of the Dionysian aesthetics continued as a minor theme in philosophy, art, and culture. For example, the idea that the world does not fully yield to the power of reason inspired continued and diverse expression in the philos- ophy of Nietzsche, Schoepenhauer, Kierkegaard, Sartre, and Camus.

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