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   Aceria fraxiniflora (ash flower gall mite) 
   Agrilus planipennis (emerald ash borer) 
   Ambrysus amargosus (ash meadows naucorid) 
   Astragalus phoenix (ash meadows milk-vetch) 
   Cecidomyia pellex (ash bulletgall midge) 
   Chionaspis kosztarabi (ash scurfy scale) 
   Comocladia dodonaea (poison ash) 
   Contarinia canadensis (ash midribgall midge) 
   Cucurbita hispida (ash gourd) 
   Cyprinodon nevadensis mionectes (Ash Meadows-Wüstenkärpfling) 
   Discula fraxinea (ash anthracnose fungus) 
   Empetrichthys merriami (Ash Meadows poolfish) 
   Enceliopsis nudicaulis corrugata (ash meadows sunray) 
   Eriogonum contiguum (Ash Meadows buckwheat) 
   Eucalyptus smithii (Gully Ash) 
   Flindersia xanthoxyla (yellowwood ash) 
   Fluminicola erythopoma (ash meadows pebblesnail) 
   Fraxinus (ash) 
   Fraxinus americana (white ash) 
   Fraxinus anomala (singleleaf ash) 
   Fraxinus anomala lowellii (lowell ash) 
   Fraxinus berlandieriana (Mexican ash) 
   Fraxinus caroliniana (carolina ash) 
   Fraxinus chinensis (Chinese ash) 
   Fraxinus cuspidata (fragrant ash) 
   Fraxinus dipetala (two-petal ash) 
   Fraxinus excelsior (European ash) 
   Fraxinus gooddingii (goodding ash) 
   Fraxinus greggii (gregg ash) 
   Fraxinus latifolia (oregon ash) 
   Fraxinus mandshurica (Manchurian ash) 
   Fraxinus mariesii (Maries' ash) 
   Fraxinus nigra (black ash) 
   Fraxinus ornus (flowering ash) 
   Fraxinus papillosa (chihuahua ash) 
   Fraxinus pennsylvanica (green ash) 
   Fraxinus pennsylvanica subintegerrima (green ash) 
   Fraxinus profunda (pumpkin ash) 
   Fraxinus quadrangulata (blue ash) 
   Fraxinus texensis (texas ash) 
   Fraxinus uhdei (tropical ash) 
   Fraxinus velutina (velvet ash) 
   Grindelia fraxinopratensis (ash meadows gumplant) 
   Gyraulus parvus (ash gyro) 
   Hylesinus aculeatus (eastern ash bark beetle) 
   Ivesia kingii (ash meadows ivesia) 
   Ivesia paniculata (Ash Creek mousetail) 
   Leperisinus varius (Ash bark beetle) 
   Manduca jasminearum (Ash sphinx) 
   Mentzelia leucophylla (ash meadows blazing-star) 
   Microtus montanus nevadensis (Ash meadows montane vole) 
   Neoclytus acuminatus (redheaded ash borer) 
   Neoclytus acuminatus acuminatus (Red-headed ash borer) 
   Palpita magniferalis (ash leafroller) 
   Penstemon cinicola (ash penstemon) 
   Picrasma antillana (bitter ash) 
   Podosesia aureocincta (Banded ash clearwing) 
   Podosesia syringae (ash borer14) 
   Pseudochermes fraxini (felted ash scale) 
   Ptelea trifoliata (Wafer Ash) 
   Rhinichthys osculus nevadensis (ash meadows speckled dace) 
   Siphoninus phillyreae (ash whitefly) 
   Sorbus (mountain ash) 
   Sorbus americana (American mountain ash) 
   Sorbus aucuparia (European mountain ash) 
   Sorbus californica (California mountain ash) 
   Sorbus decora (northern mountain ash) 
   Sorbus dumosa (Arizona mountain ash) 
   Sorbus groenlandica (Greenland mountain ash) 
   Sorbus hybrida (oakleaf mountain ash) 
   Sorbus sambucifolia (Siberian mountain ash) 
   Sorbus scopulina (Greene's mountain ash) 
   Sorbus scopulina cascadensis (Cascade mountain ash) 
   Sorbus sitchensis (western mountain ash) 
   Sorbus sitchensis sitchensis (Sitka mountain ash) 
...


Synonyms:
   Cyprinodon nevadensis mionectes (ash meadows amargosa pupfish) 
   Fraxinus (ash) 
   Fraxinus excelsior (Common Ash) 

Broader Terms:
   Fraxinus (ash) 
   Oleaceae (olive) 
   Oleeae 
   Scrophulariales 

More Specific:
   Ash bark beetle 
   Ash blazingstar 
   Ash buckwheat 
   Ash bushlark 
   Ash gumweed 
   Ash killifish 
   Ash ladies tresses 
   Ash lady tresses 
   Ash meadows montane vole 
   Ash milkvetch 
   Ash mousetail 
   Ash oak 
   Ash poolfish 
   Ash pupfish 
   Ash sphinx 
   Ash sumac 
   Ash witches'-broom phytoplasma 
   Ash yellows mycoplasma-like organism 
   Ash yellows phytoplasma 
   Fraxinus (ash) 
   Fraxinus americana (white ash) 
   Fraxinus angustifolia 
   Fraxinus anomala (singleleaf ash) 
   Fraxinus attenuata 
   Fraxinus berlandierana 
   Fraxinus berlandieriana (Mexican ash) 
   Fraxinus berlanieriana 
   Fraxinus biltmoreana 
   Fraxinus biltmoriana 
   Fraxinus campestris 
   Fraxinus caroliniana (carolina ash) 
   Fraxinus cavekiana 
   Fraxinus chiapensis 
   Fraxinus chinensis (Chinese ash) 
   Fraxinus coriacea 
   Fraxinus cuspidata (fragrant ash) 
   Fraxinus darlingtonii 
   Fraxinus dipetala (California ash) 
   Fraxinus excelsior (Common Ash) 
   Fraxinus excelsior diversifolia 
   Fraxinus exelsior 
   Fraxinus gooddingii (Goodding's ash) 
   Fraxinus greggii (Gregg's ash) 
   Fraxinus griffithii 
   Fraxinus hondurensis 
   Fraxinus insularis 
   Fraxinus japonica 
   Fraxinus jonesii 
   Fraxinus lanceolata (green ash) 
   Fraxinus latifolia (oregon ash) 
   Fraxinus longicuspis 
   Fraxinus lowellii 
   Fraxinus macropetala 
   Fraxinus malacophylla 
   Fraxinus mandshurica (Manchurian ash) 
   Fraxinus mariesii (Maries' ash) 
   Fraxinus michauxii 
   Fraxinus nigra (Black Swamp Ash) 
   Fraxinus oregona 
   Fraxinus ornus (The Manna Ash) 
   Fraxinus oxyphylla 
   Fraxinus pallisae 
   Fraxinus papillosa (chihuahua ash) 
   Fraxinus pauciflora 
   Fraxinus pennsylvanica (green ash) 
   Fraxinus pennsylvanica pennsylvanica (green ash) 
   Fraxinus philippinensis 
   Fraxinus pistaciaefolia 
   Fraxinus platypoda 
   Fraxinus potosina 
   Fraxinus pringlei 
   Fraxinus profunda (pumpkin ash) 
   Fraxinus pubescens 
   Fraxinus purpusii 
   Fraxinus quadrangulata (blue ash) 
... 
 
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1.  Potential of Tunisian carob pulp as feed for ruminants: chemical composition and in vitro assessment.LinkIT
Richane A, Ismail HB, Darej C, Attia K, Moujahed N
Tropical animal health and production, 2022
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=0

2.  Changes in the taxonomic and functional structure of microbial communities during vegetable waste mixed silage fermentation.LinkIT
Xiang Q, Zhang J, Huang X, Ma M, Zhao K, Yu X, Chen Q, Zhang X, Penttinen P, Gu Y
Canadian journal of microbiology, 2022
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3.  In Science Journals.LinkIT
Maroso M, Stajic J, Yeston J, Smith KT, Erkes DA, Hurtley SM, Hines PJ, Alderton G, Ash C, Vinson V, Grocholski B, Osborne IS, Sugden AM, Nusinovich Y, Norton M, VanHook AM
Science (New York, N.Y.), 2022
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4.  Dietary lysine requirements of Colossoma macropomum (Cuvier, 1818) based on growth performance, hepatic and intestinal morphohistology and hematology.LinkIT
da Silva Liebl AR, Cáo MA, Dos Santos Nascimento M, Castro PDDS, Duncan WLP, Pantoja-Lima J, Aride PHR, Bussons MRFM, Furuya WM, Faggio C, de Oliveira AT
Veterinary research communicationsVet Res CommunDietary lysine requirements of Colossoma macropomum (Cuvier, 1818) based on growth performance, hepatic and intestinal morphohistology and hematology.10.1007/s11259-021-09872-6This study aimed to determine the dietary lysine requirements of juvenile Colossoma macropomum tambaqui based growth performance, hepatic and intestinal morphohistology and hematology. Tambaqui were fed with levels of 6.60, 9.72, 12.84, 15.96, 19.08, and 22.20 g/kg of total lysine and those who received 15.96 g/kg dietary lysine showed higher final weight (p= 0.001) and optimized feed conversion ratio (p= 0.001). Morphohistological modifications (presence of fat droplets) were present in livers of fish fed with low levels of lysine. In the morphohistology of the intestine, the diets influenced the density of the intestinal, cell layers, height and perimeters of the villi and acid mucin secretion by the goblet cells. In the proximal intestine, mucosa layer density was greater at the level of 15.96 g/kg (p= 0.001). In the middle intestine, height (p= 0.001) and perimeter (p= 0.001) of the villi were greater at low levels of lysine (respectively, 9.72 and 12.84 g/kg dietary lysine). No differences were found for the hemoglobin, hematocrit, erythrocytes, MCV, MCH, MCHC, thrombocytes and leukocytes differentiated of fish fed with experimental diets (p>0.05). The biochemical responses were affected by the diet, both in plasma concentration (protein and cholesterol; p<0.05), and in muscle (ash and moisture; p<0.05). In conclusion, the dietary requirement for lysine for tambaqui juveniles was estimated to be 15.4 - 15.6 g/kg of diet (5.7% -5.8% dietary protein).© 2022. The Author(s), under exclusive licence to Springer Nature B.V.da Silva LieblAriany RabelloARPostgraduate Program in Animal Science and Fisheries Resources, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences - FAS, Federal University of Amazonas, Av. General Rodrigo Otávio Jordão Ramos, 6200, Manaus, Amazonas, 69067-005, Brazil.CáoMirleide AraújoMAPostgraduate Program in Infectious Diseases, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Campus Goiabeiras, Vitória, ES, Brazil.Dos Santos NascimentoMarceloMPostgraduate Program in Aquaculture, Nilton Lins University, Av. Nilton Lins, 3259, Manaus, Amazonas, 69058-030, Brazil.CastroPhilp Dalbert da SilvaPDDSAnimal Physiology Laboratory, Institute of Biological Sciences, Federal University of Amazonas, Av. Gal Rodrigo Otávio Jordão Ramos, 6200, Manaus, Amazonas, 69067-005, Brazil.DuncanWallice Luiz PaxiúbaWLPFunctional Morphology Laboratory, Institute of Biological Sciences, Federal University of Amazonas, Av. Gal Rodrigo Otávio Jordão Ramos, 6200, Manaus, Amazonas, 69067-005, Brazil.Pantoja-LimaJacksonJFederal Institute of Eduction, Science and Technology of Amazonas, Campus Presidente Figueiredo, Av. Onça Pintada, 1308, Presidente Figueiredo, Amazonas, 69735-000, Brazil.AridePaulo Henrique RochaPHRFederal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Amazonas, Av. 7 de setembro, 1975, Manaus, Amazonas, 69020-120, Brazil.BussonsMárcia Regina Fragoso MachadoMRFMInstitute of Technology and Education Galileo da Amazônia, Av. Joaquim Nabuco, 1950, Manaus, Amazonas, 69020-030, Brazil.FuruyaWilson MassamituWMDepartment of Zootechnics - Block Z, Room 101, State University of Ponta Grossa, Avenida General Carlos Cavalcanti, 4748 - Uvaranas, 84030-900, Ponta Grossa, Paraná, Brazil.FaggioCaterinaCDepartment of Chemical, Biological, Pharmaceutical and Environmental Sciences University of Messina, 98166, S.Agata-Messina, Italy.de OliveiraAdriano TeixeiraAThttp://orcid.org/0000-0003-4988-9878Functional Morphology Laboratory, Institute of Biological Sciences, Federal University of Amazonas, Av. 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