Ingredient ID 284 
Chinese Pronunciation QIANGLANG 
English Name Dung Beetle  
Latin Name Catharsius  
Aliases QiangLangChong
Cancers Stomach
Identified Compounds

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1. Dichostatin


Recipes that contain
  1. 19      LiQiJiangNiTang
  2. 129      QiangSheTang
  3. 223      LiQiJiangNiTang
  4. 229      BanXiaZuRuTang
  5. 295      RuanJianWan
  6. 408      QiangSheTang
  7. 495      ShiGuanAiCanKaoFangI

Available references (order by impact factor):

1:  Kotiaho JS, Simmons LW, Tomkins JL.
Towards a resolution of the lek paradox.
Nature.    impact factor:   29.491
2001;  410(6829): 684-6

2:  Gade G.
Hyperprolinaemia caused by novel members of the adipokinetic hormone/red pigment-concentrating hormone family of peptides isolated from corpora cardiaca of onitine beetles.
Biochem J.    impact factor:   4.349
1997;  321 ( Pt 1): 201-6

3:  Roslin T.
Spatial population structure in a patchily distributed beetle.
Mol Ecol.    impact factor:   3.442
2001;  10(4): 823-37

4:  Gade G.
Distinct sequences of AKH/RPCH family members in beetle (Scarabaeus-species) corpus cardiacum contain three aromatic amino acid residues.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun.    impact factor:   3.161
1997;  230(1): 16-21

5:  Duncan FD, Byrne MJ.
Respiratory airflow in a wingless dung beetle.
J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   2.354
2002;  205(Pt 16): 2489-97

6:  Chown SL, Holter P.
Discontinuous gas exchange cycles in aphodius fossor (Scarabaeidae): a test of hypotheses concerning origins and mechanisms.
J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   2.354
2000;  203 Pt 2: 397-403

7:  Warrant EJ.
Seeing better at night: life style, eye design and the optimum strategy of spatial and temporal summation.
Vision Res.    impact factor:   2.212
1999;  39(9): 1611-30

8:  Burger BV, Petersen WG.
Semiochemicals of the Scarabaeinae: VI. Identification of EAD-active constituents of abdominal secretion of male dung beetle, Kheper nigroaeneus.
J Chem Ecol.    impact factor:   1.653
2002;  28(3): 501-13

9:  Mathison BA, Ditrich O.
The fate of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts ingested by dung beetles and their possible role in the dissemination of cryptosporidiosis.
J Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.485
1999;  85(4): 678-81

10:  Ganzorig S, Batsaikhan N, Samiya R, Morishima Y, Oku Y, Kamiya M.
A second record of adult Ascarops strongylina (Rudolphi, 1819) (Nematoda: Spirocercidae) in a rodent host.
J Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.485
1999;  85(2): 283-5

11:  Gronvold J, Sommer C, Holter P, Nansen P.
Reduced splash dispersal of bovine parasitic nematodes from cow pats by the dung beetle Diastellopalpus quinquedens.
J Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.485
1992;  78(5): 845-8

12:  Fincher GT.
Effects of dung beetle activity on the number of nematode parasites acquired by grazing cattle.
J Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.485
1975;  61(4): 759-62

13:  Fincher GT.
Dung beetles as biological control agents for gastrointestinal parasites of livestock.
J Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.485
1973;  59(2): 396-9

14:  Estrada A, Anzures D A, Coates-Estrada R.
Tropical rain forest fragmentation, howler monkeys (Alouatta palliata), and dung beetles at Los Tuxtlas, Mexico.
Am J Primatol.    impact factor:   1.442
1999;  48(4): 253-62

15:  Wardhaugh KG, Longstaff BC, Morton R.
A comparison of the development and survival of the dung beetle, Onthophagus taurus (Schreb.) when fed on the faeces of cattle treated with pour-on formulations of eprinomectin or moxidectin.
Vet Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.284
2001;  99(2): 155-68

16:  Holter P, Sommer C, Gronvold J.
Attractiveness of dung from ivermectin-treated cattle to Danish and afrotropical scarabaeid dung beetles.
Vet Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.284
1993;  48(1-4): 159-69

17:  Ridsdill-Smith TJ.
Effects of avermectin residues in cattle dung on dung beetle (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) reproduction and survival.
Vet Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.284
1993;  48(1-4): 127-37

18:  Wardhaugh KG, Mahon RJ, Axelsen A, Rowland MW, Wanjura W.
Effects of ivermectin residues in sheep dung on the development and survival of the bushfly, Musca vetustissima Walker and a scarabaeine dung beetle, Euoniticellus fulvus Goeze.
Vet Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.284
1993;  48(1-4): 139-57

19:  Sommer C, Gronvold J, Holter P, Nansen P.
Effects of ivermectin on two afrotropical dung beetles, Onthophagus gazella and Diastellopalpus quinquedens (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).
Vet Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.284
1993;  48(1-4): 171-9

20:  King KL.
The potential for avermectins to affect the nutrient economy of grazed pastures.
Vet Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.284
1993;  48(1-4): 261-71

21:  Barth D.
Importance of methodology in the interpretation of factors affecting degradation of dung.
Vet Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.284
1993;  48(1-4): 99-108

22:  Bryan RP, Kerr JD.
Factors affecting the survival and migration of the free-living stages of gastrointestinal nematode parasites of cattle in central Queensland.
Vet Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.284
1989;  30(4): 315-26

23:  Mfitilodze MW, Hutchinson GW.
Development of free-living stages of equine strongyles in faeces on pasture in a tropical environment.
Vet Parasitol.    impact factor:   1.284
1988;  26(3-4): 285-96

24:  Gormally MJ.
The effect of dung beetle activity on the discharge of Pilobolus sporangia in cattle faeces.
Med Vet Entomol.    impact factor:   1.268
1993;  7(2): 197-8

25:  Kabir SM, Kabir A, Majumder MZ.
Relative abundance and species composition of some dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeinae) in Bangladesh.
Med Vet Entomol.    impact factor:   1.268
1990;  4(4): 439-43

26:  Stafford KC 3rd, Collison CH.
Manure pit temperatures and relative humidity of Pennsylvania high-rise poultry houses and their relationship to arthropod population development.
Poult Sci.    impact factor:   1.107
1987;  66(10): 1603-11

27:  Houston RS, Craig TM, Fincher GT.
Effects of Onthophagus gazella F (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) on free-living strongyloids of equids.
Am J Vet Res.    impact factor:   1.103
1984;  45(3): 572-4

28:  Krantz GW.
Reflections on the biology, morphology and ecology of the Macrochelidae.
Exp Appl Acarol.    impact factor:   1.009
1998;  22(3): 125-37

29:  Watanabe T, Tanigaki T, Nishi H, Ushimaru A, Takeuchi T.
A quantitative analysis of geographic color variation in two Geotrupes dung beetles.
Zoolog Sci.    impact factor:   .969
2002;  19(3): 351-8

30:  Errouissi F, Alvinerie M, Galtier P, Kerboeuf D, Lumaret JP.
The negative effects of the residues of ivermectin in cattle dung using a sustained-release bolus on Aphodius constans (Duft.) (Coleoptera: Aphodiidae).
Vet Res.    impact factor:   .941
2001;  32(5): 421-7

31:  Adams TT, Eiteman MA, Hanel BM.
Solid state fermentation of broiler litter for production of biocontrol agents.
Bioresour Technol.    impact factor:   .7
2002;  82(1): 33-41

32:  Evans AC.
Hookworm, Strongyloides, Schistosoma mansoni and the benevolent dung beetle.
S Afr Med J.    impact factor:   .603
1988;  74(6): 310-1

33:  Guimaraes JA, Mendes J.
Succession and abundance of Staphylinidae in cattle dung in Uberlandia, Brazil.
Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz.    impact factor:   .542
1998;  93(1): 127-31

34:  Wardhaugh KG, Holter P, Longstaff B.
The development and survival of three species of coprophagous insect after feeding on the faeces of sheep treated with controlled-release formulations of ivermectin or albendazole.
Aust Vet J.    impact factor:   .514
2001;  79(2): 125-32

35:  Wardhaugh KG, Mahon RJ, Ahmad HB.
Efficacy of macrocyclic lactones for the control of larvae of the Old World screw-worm fly (Chrysomya bezziana).
Aust Vet J.    impact factor:   .514
2001;  79(2): 120-4

36:  Wardhaugh KG, Longstaff BC, Lacey MJ.
Effects of residues of deltamethrin in cattle faeces on the development and survival of three species of dung-breeding insect.
Aust Vet J.    impact factor:   .514
1998;  76(4): 273-80

37:  Wardhaugh KG, Ridsdill-Smith TJ.
Antiparasitic drugs, the livestock industry and dung beetles--cause for concern?
Aust Vet J.    impact factor:   .514
1998;  76(4): 259-61

38:  Houlding B, Ridsdill-Smith TJ, Bailey WJ.
Injectable abamectin causes a delay in scarabaeine dung beetle egg-laying in cattle dung.
Aust Vet J.    impact factor:   .514
1991;  68(5): 185-8

39:  English AW.
The effects of dung beetles (Coleoptera-Scarabaeinae) on the free-living stages of strongylid nematodes of the horse.
Aust Vet J.    impact factor:   .514
1979;  55(7): 315-21

40:  Ahn MY, Ryu KS, Lee YW, Kim YS.
Cytotoxicity and L-amino acid oxidase activity of crude insect drugs.
Arch Pharm Res.    impact factor:   .382
2000;  23(5): 477-81

41:  Escobar F, Chacon de Ulloa P.
[Space and time distribution along a succesional gradient of coprofagous coleopterans (Scarabaeinae, Aphodiinae) fauna in a tropical mountain forest, Narino, Colombia]
Rev Biol Trop.    impact factor:   .121
2000;  48(4): 961-75

42:  Hunt J, Simmons LW.
The genetics of maternal care: direct and indirect genetic effects on phenotype in the dung beetle Onthophagus taurus.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.    impact factor:   0
2002;  99(10): 6828-32

43:  Gade G, Auerswald L.
Beetles' choice--proline for energy output: control by AKHs.
Comp Biochem Physiol B Biochem Mol Biol.    impact factor:   0
2002;  132(1): 117-29

44:  Moczek AP, Nijhout HF.
Developmental mechanisms of threshold evolution in a polyphenic beetle.
Evol Dev.    impact factor:   0
2002;  4(4): 252-64

45:  Simmons LW, Kotiaho JS.
Evolution of ejaculates: patterns of phenotypic and genotypic variation and condition dependence in sperm competition traits.
Evolution Int J Org Evolution.    impact factor:   0
2002;  56(8): 1622-31

46:  Martinez IM, Lumaret JP, Cruz MR.
Suspected side effects of a herbicide on dung beetle populations (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).
C R Acad Sci III.    impact factor:   0
2001;  324(11): 989-94

47:  Martins E, Contel EP.
African dung beetle Onthophagus gazella Fabricius (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) esterase isozymes.
Braz J Biol.    impact factor:   0
2001;  61(4): 645-50

48:  Hunt J, Simmons LW.
Maternal and paternal effects on offspring phenotype in the dung beetle Onthophagus taurus.
Evolution Int J Org Evolution.    impact factor:   0
2000;  54(3): 936-41

49:  Tomkins JL, Simmons LW.
Sperm competition games played by dimorphic male beetles: fertilization gains with equal mating access.
Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci.    impact factor:   0
2000;  267(1452): 1547-53

50:  Davis AL, Chown SL, Scholtz CH.
Discontinuous gas-exchange cycles in Scarabaeus dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae): mass-scaling and temperature dependence.
Physiol Biochem Zool.    impact factor:   0
1999;  72(5): 555-65

51:  Bech H.
A dung beetle in distress: Hans Christian Andersen meets Karl Maria Kertbeny, Geneva, 1860: some notes on the archaeology of homosexuality and the importance of tuning.
J Homosex.    impact factor:   0
1998;  35(3-4): 139-61

52:  Roth Y.
[The dung beetle, Maladera matrida, as a new otologic nuisance]
Harefuah.    impact factor:   0
1989;  116(9): 468-9

53:  Upadhyay VB, Omkar.
Activity of gut invertase in phytophagous, saprophagous and carnivorous insects.
Acta Physiol Hung.    impact factor:   0
1984;  64(1): 3-8

54:  Upadhyay VB.
Movement of food through the gut of Catharsius molossus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).
Acta Physiol Hung.    impact factor:   0
1983;  61(3): 185-9

55:  Lonc E.
The possible role of the soil fauna in the epizootiology of cysticercosis in cattle. II. Dung beetles--a biotic factor in the transmission of Taenia saginata eggs.
Angew Parasitol.    impact factor:   0
1980;  21(3): 139-44

56:  Nibaruta G, Desiere M, Debaere R.
[Comparative study of the chemical composition of excrement from some large African herbivorous mammals]
Acta Zool Pathol Antverp.    impact factor:   0
1980;  (75): 59-70

57:  Frantsevich LI, Mokrushov PA, Dub VA.
[Reactions of the directionally sensitive optical interneurons of insects to movement of a two-dimensional pattern]
Zh Evol Biokhim Fiziol.    impact factor:   0
1978;  14(3): 251-8

58:  Mobedi I, Arfaa F, Vedadi L.
The possible role of dung-pusher beetles in the epidemiology of intestinal helminths.
Bull Soc Pathol Exot Filiales.    impact factor:   0
1971;  64(6): 924-5


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