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Journal of Integrative Medicine - DOI: 10.1016/j.joim.2018.12.002
Effects of Tualang honey in modulating nociceptive responses at the spinal cord in offspring of prenatally stressed rats.

Che Badariah Abd Aziz · Siti Qusyasyiah Ahmad Suhaimi · Hidani Hasim · Asma Hayati Ahmad · Idris Long · Rahimah Zakaria ·

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Journal of Integrative Medicine - DOI: 10.1016/j.joim.2019.01.003
Periconceptional care and offspring health at birth and long term, from the perspective of Avicenna.

Mohammad Ansaripour · Mohsen Naseri · Mohammad Mahdi Esfahani · Iraj Nabipour · Fatemeh Rakhshani · Arman Zargaran · Roya Kelishadi ·

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Maternal antenatal diet has been associated with offspring asthma risk, but studies investigating maternal whole diet quality and inflammatory potential with long-term offspring follow-up (>5 y) are rare.

Maternal dietary inflammatory potential and quality are associated with offspring asthma risk over 10-year follow-up: the Lifeways Cross-Generation Cohort Study. [10.1093/ajcn/nqz297]


The indica allelic frequency was also investigated to provide an indicative guide for breeders to overcome the practical problems on sterility of inter-subspecies hybrid offspring.

Genetic Diversity and Allelic Frequency of Selected Thai and Exotic Rice Germplasm Using SSR Markers [10.1016/j.rsci.2018.11.002]


Epidemiological studies have shown that healthy offspring of hypertensive patients exhibit some metabolic disturbances such as hyperinsulinemia, insulin resistance, and lipid disorders, features that may be predictors of future cardiovascular events.

Parental History of Hypertension as the Determinant of Cardiovascular Function [10.1007/978-3-319-75310-2_3]


Environments experienced by parent ramets of clonal plants can potentially influence fitness of clonal offspring ramets.

Effects of parental light environment on growth and morphological responses of clonal offspring. [10.1111/plb.13001]


Together, these results demonstrate how larval responses to predation risk can evolve via two types of parental effects, both of which provide indirect sources of genetic variation for offspring traits.

Genetic variation in parental effects contribute to the evolutionary potential of prey responses to predation risk [10.1101/748251]


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