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Ecdysteroid 7,9(11)-dien-6-ones as potential photoaffinity labels for ecdysteroid binding proteins

Ecdysteroid Glycosides: Identification, Chromatographic Properties, and Biological Significance

Ecdysteroid Titers During Postembryonic Development of Dermanyssus gallinae (Acari: Dermanyssidae)

Ecdysteroids, juvenile hormone and vitellogenesis in the cockroach Leucophaea maderae

Practical uses for ecdysteroids in mammals including humans: and update

Preparative-Scale Chromatography of Ecdysteroids of Serratula wolffii Andrae

Ecdysteroid Responses of Estuarine Crustaceans Exposed Through Complete Larval Development to Juvenile Hormone Agonist Insecticides1

Signaling Pathways for Ecdysteroid Hormone Synthesis in Crustacean Y-organs1

How Did Arthropod Sesquiterpenoids and Ecdysteroids Arise? Comparison of Hormonal Pathway Genes in Noninsect Arthropod Genomes

Preparative-Scale Chromatography of Ecdysteroids: A Class of Biologically Active Steroids

Early Embryonic Expression of a Putative Ecdysteroid-Phosphate Phosphatase in the Water Flea, Daphnia magna (Cladocera: Daphniidae)

Decreased survival of mosquito cells after stable transfection with a Drosophila ecdysteroid response element: Possible involvement of a 40 kDa DNA binding protein.

Female-specific wing degeneration caused by ecdysteroid in the Tussock Moth, Orgyia recens: Hormonal and developmental regulation of sexual dimorphism

Host plant pubescence: Effect on silverleaf whitefly, Bemisia argentifolii, fourth instar and pharate adult dimensions and ecdysteroid titer fluctuations

EST library sequencing of genes expressed during early limb regeneration in the fiddler crab and transcriptional responses to ecdysteroid exposure in limb bud explants

Effect of Eyestalk-Ablation on Circulating Ecdysteroids in Hemolymph of Snow Crabs, Chionoecetes opilio: Physiological Evidence for a Terminal Molt1

Comparative Toxicity and Tolerance for the Ecdysteroid Mimic Tebufenozide in a Laboratory and Field Strain of Cotton Leafworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)

Isolation of a New Class of Ecdysteroid Conjugates (Glucosyl-ferulates) Using a Combination of Liquid Chromatographic Methods


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any of a group of polyhydroxylated ketosteroids of which α‐ecdysone is the parent substance for the purpose of nomenclature (see ecdysone). They are almost invariably C27 steroids, differing ...

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