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  1. Long term anaerobic metabolism in root tissue: Metabolic products of pyruvate metabolism

    by Good, A. G.; Muench, D. G.

    The onset of anaerobiosis in barley root tissue (Hordeum vulgare L. cv Himalaya) results in the following metabolic responses....

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  2. Longevity can buffer plant and animal populations against changing climatic variability

    by Morris, W. F.; Pfister, C. A.; Tuljapurkar, S.; Haridas, C. V.; Boggs, C. L.; Boyce, M. S.; Bruna, E. M.; Church, D. R.; Coulson, T.; Doak, D. F.; Forsyth, S.; Gaillard, J. M.; Horvitz, C. C.; Kalisz, S.; Kendall, B. E.; Knight, T. M.; Lee, C. T.; Menges, E. S.

    Both means and year-to-year variances of climate variables such as temperature and precipitation are predicted to change....

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  3. Lyme borreliosis in Canada: Biological diversity and diagnostic complexity from an entomological perspective

    by Sperling, J. L. H.; Sperling, F. A. H.

    Lyme borreliosis (LB), also known as Lyme disease, is emerging as a serious tick-borne illness across Canada. More than three...

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  4. Male oriental fruit moth response to a combined pheromone-based attracticide formulation targeting both oriental fruit moth and codling moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)

    by Evenden, M. L.; McClaughlin, J. R.

    Abstract: Combined attracticide formulations targeting Oriental fruit moth, Grapholita molesta (Busck), and codling moth,...

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  5. Managing the cumulative impacts of land uses in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin: A modeling approach.

    by Schneider, R.; Stelfox, J.; Boutin, S.; Wasel, S.

    This case study from northeastern Alberta, Canada, demonstrates a fundamentally different approach to forest management in...

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  6. Manipulation of host food availability and use of multiple exposures to assess the crowding effect on Hymenolepis diminuta in Tribolium confusum

    by Shostak, A.W.; Walsh, J.G.; Wong, Y.C.

    We studied the ‘crowding effect’ in Tribolium confusum infected with Hymenolepis diminuta. Manipulations included age and...

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  7. Mannitol at clinical concentrations activates multiple signaling pathways and induces apoptosis in endothelial cells

    by Malek, A.M.; Goss, G.G.; Jiang, L.; Vandorpe, D.H.; Izumo, S.; Alper, S.L.

    Background and Purpose—Hyperosmotic mannitol therapy is widely used in the clinical setting for acute and subacute reduction...

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  8. A Mark-Recapture Study of Trematode Parasitism in Overwintered Helisoma anceps (Pulmonata), with Special Reference to Halipegus occidualis (Hemiuridae).

    by Goater, T.M.; Shostak, A.W.; Williams, J.A.; Esch, G.W.

    A collection of 556 snails, Helisoma anceps, was made from a pond in the Piedmont area of North Carolina during October 1987....

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  10. The Mechanics of Lung Tissue under High-Frequency Ventilation

    by Owen, Markus R.; Lewis, Mark A.

    High-frequency ventilation isa radical departure from conventional lung ventilation, with frequenciesgreater than 2Hz, and...

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  11. Mechanisms of Aluminum Tolerance in Triticum aestivum L. (Wheat). I. Differential pH Induced by Winter Cultivars in Nutrient Solutions.

    by Taylor, G.J.; Foy, C.D.

    Twenty winter cultivars of Triticum aestivom L. (wheat) were grown in solution culture with and without aluminum (A1) (74...

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  12. Mechanisms of Aluminum Tolerance in Triticum aestivum L. (Wheat). II. Differential pH Induced by Spring Cultivars in Nutrient Solutions.

    by Taylor, G.J.; Foy, C.D.

    Twenty spring cultivars of Traticum aestivum L. (wheat) were grown in solution culture with and without aluminum (A1) (74...

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  13. A mechanistic model for understanding invasions: using the environment as a predictor of population success

    by Strasser, C. A.; Lewis, M. A.; DiBacco, C.

    Aim We set out to develop a temperature-and salinity-dependent mechanistic population model for copepods that can be used...

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  14. MetaboAnalyst: A web server for metabolomic data analysis and interpretation

    by Xia, J.; Psychogios, N.; Young, N.; Wishart, D.S.

    Metabolomics is a newly emerging field of ‘omics’ research that is concerned with characterizing large numbers of metabolites...

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  15. MetaboMiner – semi-automated identification of metabolites from 2D NMR spectra of complex biofluids

    by Xia, J.; Bjorndahl, T.C.; Tang, P.; Wishart, D.S.

    Background One-dimensional (1D) 1H nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is widely used in metabolomic studies involving...

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  16. Metrics and sampling designs for detecting trends in the distribution of spawning Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.)

    by Peacock, Stephanie J.; Holt, Carrie A.

    The distribution of individuals among populations and in space may contribute to their resilience under environmental variability....

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  17. Microascus brevicaulis sp. nov., the Teleomorph of Scopulariopsis brevicaulis, Supports Placement of Scopulariopsis with the Microascaceae

    by Abbott, Sean P.; Sigler, Lynne; Currah, R.S.

    Five isolates of Scopulariopsis brevicaulis have been found to form perithecia in addition to typical conidia. The teleomorph...

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  18. A microsatellite polymorphism in the gamma interferon gene is associated with resistance to gastrointestinal nematodes in a naturally-parasitized population of Soay sheep

    by Coltman, D. W.; Wilson, K.; Pilkington, J. G.; Stear, M. J.; Pemberton, J. M.

    Abstract: Free-living Soay sheep (Ovis aries) on the island of Hirta, St Kilda, Scotland, are naturally parasitized bq gastrointestinal...

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  19. Microscopic ascomycetes isolated from rotting wood in the boreal forest

    by Lumley, T. C.; Abbont, S. P.; Currah, R. S.

    Abstract: During a survey of microfungi from rotting wood in northern Alberta forests, 49 species of ascomycetes, representing...

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  20. Microstructural Changes in Noncoding Chloroplast DNA: Interpretation, Evolution, and Utility of Indels and Inversions in Basal Angiosperm Phylogenetic Inference

    by Graham, S.W.; Reeves, P.A.; Burns, A.C.E.; Olmstead, R.G.

    Microstructural changes in several very slowly evolving chloroplast introns and intergenic spacers were characterized across...

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