1 article(s) from Rischer, Maja
Flow chart of the typical characterization of chemical signals from microbial interactions. (1) Che...
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Multilateral microbe–insect interactions. (1) Insect–symbiont interactions with both partners benef...
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a) Interactions between bacterial (endo)symbionts and insects with both partners benefiting from th...
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Multilateral microbial interactions in fungus-growing insects. (1) Insect cultivar: protects and sh...
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Small molecules (chemical mediators) play key roles in maintaining garden homeostasis in fungus-gro...
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Secondary metabolites isolated from Actinobacteria from fungus-growing termites. Microtermolide A (...
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Secondary metabolites from bacterial mutualists of solitary insects. Bafilomycin A1 (21), bafilomyc...
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Beneficial interactions (1) between fungal symbionts and insects.
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Secondary metabolites isolated from fungal symbionts. Cerulenin (30), helvolic acid (31), lepiochlo...
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Predatory interactions, (1) entomopathogenic fungi use insect as prey.
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Entomopathogenic fungi use secondary metabolites as insecticidal compounds to kill their prey. Dest...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2016, 12, 314–327, doi:10.3762/bjoc.12.34
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