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  • Allergic reactions to genus Morus plants: a review. [Review]
    Clin Mol Allergy 2020; 18:1Papia F, Incorvaia C, … Minciullo PL
  • Mulberry is a plant belonging to the family Moraceae, and genus Morus. Allergic sensitization to mulberries has been reported as both food allergy or respiratory allergy, and cross-reactivity between mulberries and other pollens or fruits was described. Clinically, in the articles reporting mulberry allergy, the reactions included respiratory allergy, airborne contact urticaria, anaphylaxis, oral…
  • Understanding neighborhood effects to increase restoration success of woody plant communities. [Journal Article]
    Ecol Appl 2020Ibáñez I, Rodríguez A
  • Revegetation is the most common procedure in the restoration of disturbed areas; this practice usually aims at reconstructing plant communities that can last without further management. A low-cost strategy to assist these efforts is the application of ecological knowledge in the design of the restoration. Promoting ecological processes that enhance the functioning of the restored community could …
  • Metatranscriptomic dynamics after Verticillium dahliae infection and root damage in Olea europaea. [Journal Article]
    BMC Plant Biol 2020; 20(1):79Martí JM, Arias-Giraldo LF, … Garay CP
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings indicate that this infection, although led by Verticillium, is driven not by a single species, but by a polymicrobial consortium that also includes natural endophytes of the olive tree. This community contains both biotrophic and necrotrophic organisms that alternate and live together during the infection. In addition, opportunistic organisms appear that take profit not from plant tissues, but from new emerging populations of microorganisms. Therefore, this system can be described as a complex biological system composed of different interacting communities. Notably, our work has important considerations when it comes to classifying the type of parasitism of a given species.
  • Menstrual blood concentrations of parabens and benzophenones and related factors in a sample of Spanish women: An exploratory study. [Journal Article]
    Environ Res 2020; 183:109228Iribarne-Durán LM, Domingo-Piñar S, … Ocón-Hernández O
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study reveals, to our knowledge for the first time, the widespread presence of several PBs and BzPs in intimate contact with gynecological tissues, although their concentrations in menstrual blood were not correlated with those in peripheral blood from the same women. These results shed light on the information provided by the menstrual blood as a potential matrix for characterizing exposure to PBs and BzPs, whose consequences for women's reproductive health need to be addressed.
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