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The Vernal Spatial Ecology and Mating Behaviors of the Rhombic Skaapsteker, Psammophylax rhombeatus rhombeatus (Serpentes: Psammophiidae), from the Western Cape, South Africa
We used radiotelemetry to investigate the movement patterns of nine Psammophylax rhombeatus rhombeatus during spring 2006 on the west coast of South Africa. Snakes were on average tracked for 28 days… Expand
Exploring surfaces and cavities in lipoxygenase and other proteins by hyperpolarized xenon-129 NMR.
- C. R. Bowers, V. Storhaug, +5 authors B. Gaffney
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of the American Chemical Society
- 13 October 1999
This paper presents an exploratory study of the binding interactions of xenon with the surface of several different proteins in the solution and solid states using both conventional and… Expand
Effets du propofol sur la courbe de dissociation de l'oxyhémoglobine in vivo et in vitro
Resume Ce travail a verifie in vivo et in vitro les effets du propofol sur l'affinite de l'hemoglobine pour l'oxygene chez sept patients adultes ASA 1. Pour l'etude in vivo , du sang veineux a ete… Expand
Sexual size dimorphism, diet, and reproductive biology of the Afro-Asian Sand Snake, Psammophis schokari (Psammophiidae)
We measured and dissected 226 museum specimens of Psammophis schokari (Schokari Sand Snake), a widespread, common “whipsnake” occurring in North Africa and southwest Asia. Three aspects of its… Expand
[In vitro and in vivo effects of propofol on the hemoglobin dissociation curve].
- V. Lanza, A. Pignataro, M. Sapio, A. Cottone, P. De Michele, C. Schultze-Balin
- Annales francaises d'anesthesie et de reanimation
This study assessed in vivo and in vitro the effects of propofol on the affinity of hemoglobin for oxygen in seven ASA 1 adults. For the in vivo study, venous blood samples were withdrawn before and… Expand
Prey excavation by Psammophylax rhombeatus rhombeatus (Colubridae: Psammophiinae) from South Africa
Improving the Design of Undergraduate Biology Courses toward the Goal of Retention: The Case of Real-World Inquiry and Active Learning through Metagenomics†
This study examined variables most likely to lead to retention, such as increased achievement, improved attitudes, and self-efficacy beliefs, through participation in active learning and real-world research experiences in an introductory biology course. Expand
Sexual Dimorphism, Diet, Reproduction, and Their Geographic Variation in Sympatric Psammophiids, Psammophis crucifer and Psammophylax rhombeatus rhombeatus, from Southern Africa
Abstract The examination of museum specimens allows for the robust analysis of ecological and life history traits in snakes, and can be especially useful in revealing characteristics often undetected… Expand
Ecological notes on two sympatric Psammophis species from East Africa
Abstract We investigated the ecology of two sympatric whipsnakes from East Africa (Psammophis punctulatus trivirgatus and P. biseriatus) by examining preserved museum specimens (n = 40). Both species… Expand