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An important idea from kin selection theory as applied to life-history evolution in perennial insect societies suggests that potential conflict exists between the queen and workers over the relative allocation of resources to colony reproduction and colony growth. This prediction assumed a colony with one singly mated queen, sterile workers, and independent(More)
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Pigeon fanciers' lung (PFL) is a form of extrinsic allergic alveolitis caused by exposure to avian antigens. Although the mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis of PFL are unclear it has been suggested that immune complexes formed on the alveolar epithelial surface of the lung initiate the symptoms of the acute stages of discase. Pigeon intestinal mucin(More)
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