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DISTRIBUTION OF THE ASIAN CITRUS PSYLLID, DIAPHORINA CITRI KUWAYAMA (RHYNCHOTA: PSYLLIDAE) IN THE CARIBBEAN BASIN
The distribution of D. citri in the Caribbean Basin is documented to show that it can move on fresh, unprocessed citrus fruit and that its introduction occurred at least one year before its detection.
Evaluation of the reproducibility of the World Health Organization classification of common ovarian cancers. With emphasis on methodology.
The evidence that there may be important problems in classifying common ovarian cancers reproducibly using WHO I is strengthened, and that WHO I may require greater clarity to enhance reproducibility is strengthened.
The mystique of the mistake. With proposed standards for validating proficiency tests in anatomic pathology.
It is proposed that a proficiency test in anatomic pathology should not be considered scientifically valid until a professional organization primarily concerned with anatomic Pathology has endorsed its proposed classification system as having categories that are close to 100% mutually exclusive in the hands of expert pathologists not involved in developing the system.
Sources of variability in classifying common ovarian cancers using the World Health Organization classification. Application of the pathtracking method.
Scapteriscus Didactylus (Orthoptera: Gryllotalpidae) in the Dominican Republic
Guts from 4 of 5 specimens from one locality contained nematodes of the genus Chitwoodiella which is not considered to be pathogenic, and the date of introduction of S. didactylus into Hispaniola is unknown, but an historical account suggests its presence in Puerto Rico in 1797.