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(1.) The reconstruction of an organism from a knowledge of some only of its parts is a problem which has occupied the attention of biologists for many years past. Cuvier was the first to introduce inExpand
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Two-year intraocular delivery of ciliary neurotrophic factor by encapsulated cell technology implants in patients with chronic retinal degenerative diseases.
PURPOSE To evaluate the pharmacokinetics of ciliary neurotrophic factor (CNTF) delivered over a period of up to 2 years by an intraocular encapsulated cell technology (ECT) implant in patients withExpand
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Too precise to pursue: How precise first offers create barriers-to-entry in negotiations and markets
Prior research shows that precise first offers strongly anchor negotiation outcomes. This precision advantage, however, has been documented only when the parties were already in a negotiation. WeExpand
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Mathematical Contributions to the Theory of Evolution. VIII. On the Inheritance of Characters not Capable of Exact Quantitative Measurement. Part I. Introductory. Part II. On the Inheritance of
(1.) A certain number of characters in living forms are capable of easy observation, and thus are in themselves suitable for observation, but they do not admit of an exact quantitative measurement,Expand
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Mathematical Contributions to the Theory of Evolution. VI. Genetic (Reproductive) Selection: Inheritance of Fertility in Man, and of Fecundity in Thoroughbred Racehorses
I understand by a factor of evolution any source of progressive change in the constants—mean values, variabilities, correlations—which suffice to define an organ or character, or the interrelationsExpand
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New Helicobacter species
In recent years since the discovery of the type species, Helicobacter pylori, there has been an explosion of the genus such that, at the time of going to press, there were 18 species (Figure 1).Expand
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