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Artemisia species are aromatic herbs used as food and/or ethnomedicine worldwide; however, the use of these plants is often impeded by misidentification. Here, molecular and chemotaxonomic approaches were combined to assist in the morphology-based authentication of Artemisia species, and Artemisia...

Author(s)
Yang MengTing; Kuo TienFen; Chung KuoFang; Liang YuChuan; Yang ChuWen; Lin ChihYu; Feng ChingShan; Chen ZengWeng; Lee TsungHan; Hsiao ChiaoLing; Yang WenChin
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Food Chemistry, 2020, 333,
Abstract

Asteraceae comprises one of the major host plant families for Bucculatricidae and Artemisia is the most exploited host genus, however, not a single record of Bucculatrix species feeding on Asteraceae is confirmed in China. One new species, B. duanwuia Liu, sp. nov., feeding on Artemisia princeps...

Author(s)
Wang EnCui; Li Wei; Liu TengTeng
Publisher
Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand
Citation
Zootaxa, 2020, 4766, 1, pp 181-191
Abstract

Tuberocephalus tsengi (Tao, 1963) STAT. REV., an aphid species described from China, is reported feeding on Artemisia vulgaris in southern England. This species is here redescribed and distinguished from T. sasakii (Matsumura, 1917), with which it has previously been synonymised.

Author(s)
Blackman, R. L.; Brightwell, R.; Dransfield, R. D.; Brown, P. A.
Publisher
Magnolia Press, Auckland, New Zealand
Citation
Zootaxa, 2020, 4743, 1, pp 144-150
Abstract

Artemisia annua is an important medicinal plant producing the majority of the antimalarial compound artemisinin. Jasmonates are potent inducers of artemisinin accumulation in Artemisisa annua plants. As the receptor of jasmonates, the F-box protein COI1 is critical to the JA signaling required for...

Author(s)
Liu Rong; Wang JinBiao; Xiao Mu; Gao XieWang; Chen Jin; Dai YanJiao
Publisher
MDPI Publishing, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Genes, 2020, 11, 2,
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Developing highly selective stationary phases is essential to address the issues for separation of analytes with similar properties and various components in complex samples. Herein, we report a new triptycene-based material functionalized with polycaprolactone moieties (TP-PCL) as the stationary...

Author(s)
Shi TianTian; Qi MeiLing; Huang XueBin
Publisher
Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. Physical Sciences and Engineering Division, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Journal of Chromatography, A, 2020, 1614,
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Artemisia annua is well known for biosynthesizing the antimalarial drug artemisinin. Here, a global proteomic profiling of A. annua is conducted with identification of a total of 13 403 proteins based on the genome sequence annotation database. Furthermore, a spectral library is generated to...

Author(s)
Chen MingHui; Yan TingXiang; Ji LiYun; Dong Yu; Sidoli, S.; Yuan ZuoFei; Cai ChunLin; Chen JiWei; Tang YueLi; Shen Qian; Pan QiFang; Fu XueQing; Ku Xin; Liao LuJian; Garcia, B. A.; Yan Wei; Tang KeXuan
Publisher
Wiley, Weinheim, Germany
Citation
Proteomics, 2020, 20, 10,
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Seed mucilage is a polysaccharide with significant physiological, ecological, and economic value; however, both its biosynthesis pathway and molecular regulatory mechanisms remain unclear. Artemisia sphaerocephala is an important sand-fixed windbreak plant that is widely distributed across the...

Author(s)
Han XiaoXu; Zhang LiJing; Miao XiuMei; Hu XiaoWei; Nan ShuZhen; Fu Hua
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Industrial Crops and Products, 2020, 145,
Abstract

Background: Artemisia in East Asia includes a number of economically important taxa that are widely used for food, medicinal, and ornamental purposes. The identification of taxa, however, has been hampered by insufficient diagnostic morphological characteristics and frequent natural hybridization....

Author(s)
Kim GoonBo; Lim ChaeEun; Kim JinSeok; Kim KyeongHee; Lee JeongHoon; Yu HeeJu; Mun JeongHwan
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Genomics, 2020, 21, 415, pp (22 June 2020)
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Introduction: Endemic plants of rangelands, especially key species and palatable ones are inevitable for improvement and development of rangelands. The grazing is a critical managing factor regarding to the resources conservation and quantitative and qualitative increase of plants production at the ...

Author(s)
Aghili Poo, F.; Bayat Koohsar, J.; Ghanbari, F.; Esmaili, M. M.
Publisher
Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran
Citation
Iranian Journal of Animal Science Research, 2020, 12, 1, pp fa1-fa17
Abstract

Artemisia argyi is a perennial species belonging to the Asteraceae family. The plants are used as a traditional herbal medicine and natural plant dye. In June 2017, a disease with symptoms similar to southern blight was observed on A. argyi, with a disease incidence of 5%, in Jingzhou, Hubei...

Author(s)
Zhang, Z.; Hou, J. M.; Liu, T.
Publisher
American Phytopathological Society (APS Press), St. Paul, USA
Citation
Plant Disease, 2020, 104, 3, pp 980-980

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