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Natalia Li
Natalia Li
Leader researcher, Institute of zoology, Kazachstan
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Is the strategy for cold hardiness in insects determined by their water balance? A study on two closely related families of beetles: Cerambycidae and Chrysomelidae
KE Zachariassen, NG Li, AE Laugsand, E Kristiansen, SA Pedersen
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 178, 977-984, 2008
502008
Relationships between cold hardiness, and ice nucleating activity, glycerol and protein contents in the hemolymph of caterpillars, Aporia crataegi L.
NG Li
CryoLetters 33 (2), 134-142, 2012
262012
The effect of cold acclimation on active ion transport in cricket ionoregulatory tissues
LE Des Marteaux, S Khazraeenia, GY Yerushalmi, A Donini, NG Li, ...
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2018
192018
The Siberian timberman Acanthocinus aedilis: A freeze-tolerant beetle with low supercooling points
KEZ E. Kristiansen, N.G. Li, A.I. Averensky, A.E. Laugsand
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 179 (5), 563-568, 2009
192009
A comparison of low temperature biology of Pieris rapae from Ontario, Canada, and Yakutia, Far Eastern Russia
NG Li, J Toxopeus, M Moos, JG Sørensen, BJ Sinclair
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2020
162020
Strong tolerance to freezing is a major survival strategy in insects inhabiting central Yakutia (Sakha Republic, Russia), the coldest region on earth
NG Li
Cryobiology 73 (2), 221-225, 2016
162016
Ice nucleation and antifreeze proteins in animals
KE Zachariassen, E Kristiansen, S Pedersen, JG Duman, N Li
Biochemistry and function of antifreeze proteins, 73-104, 2021
92021
Water balance and adaptation strategy in insects of Central Yakutia to extreme climatic conditions
NG Li, KE Zachariassen
Biology Bulletin 33, 483-487, 2006
92006
Cryoprotectant systems and cold tolerance of insects inhabiting central Yakutia (Russian Far East)
NG Li
European Journal of Entomology 113, 537, 2016
52016
Chemical composition and cryoprotective activity of ethanol extract from winter caterpillars Aporia crataegi L
NG Li, VL Osakovskiĭ, SS Ivanova
Izvestiia Akademii nauk. Seriia Biologicheskaia, 547-552, 2003
52003
Chemical Composition and Cryoprotective Activity of Ethanol Extract from Wintering Caterpillars of the Black-Veined WhiteAporia crataegiL.
NG Li, VL Osakovskii, SS Ivanova
Biology Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences 30, 453-457, 2003
52003
On the flexibility of adaptation processes in cold-hardy insects
NG Li, VL Osakovskii
Biology Bulletin 35, 394-397, 2008
42008
Cold adaptation in insects of central Yakutia
NG Li, AI Averenskii
Biophysics 52, 436-439, 2007
32007
Aldehyde dehydrogenase from leaf chloroplasts of higher plants.
NG Li, VL Osakovskiĭ
31991
127. Insects with low supercooling points distributed in the area of the Asian cold pole
NG Li, VL Osakovsky, YV Ermakova
Cryobiology 3 (59), 406, 2009
22009
Aldehyde dehydrogenase of mung bean (Phaseolus aureus) root mitochondrial: characterization and preparation of monospecific polyclonal antibodies
VL Osakovskii, AG Ponomarev, VV Bubyakina, TD Tatarinova, ...
Biochemistry (New York) 57 (3), 276-284, 1992
21992
Testing of arctic insect hemolymph as a secondary agent in applied cryopreservation
NG Li
Cryoletters 45 (2), 106-113, 2024
2024
Natural cryoprotectants produced by highly cold hardy insects is a potential resource for cryobilological technology
N Li, V Osakovsky, A Osakovsky
Cryobiology 80, 163, 2018
2018
Physical-chemical properties of hemolymph from cold hardy insects inhabiting extremely cold areas
N Li, L Dudareva
Cryobiology 80, 187, 2018
2018
Some Features of Water Saving in Aporia crataegi L. Caterpillars Inhabiting Areas of Dry Climate in Eastern Siberia (Yakutia, Russia)
N Li
Entomology, Ornithology & Herpetology 3 (2), 1, 2014
2014
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