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Validation of midbrain positron emission tomography measures for nigrostriatal neurons in macaques
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We compare presynaptic positron emission tomography tracer uptake in the substantia nigra (SN) to cell loss and motor impairment in 1‐methyl‐4‐phenyl‐1,2,3,6‐tetrahydropyridine (MPTP)‐treated nonhuman primates. Expand
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Autumn stopover ecology of the Blackpoll Warbler (Dendroica striata) in thorn scrub forest of the Dominican Republic
We used mist-netting, color-banding, resighting, and behavioral observations to study the autumn stopover ecology of migrating Blackpoll Warblers (Dendroica striata) in coastal thorn scrub forest inExpand
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Analysis of Past Secular Trends of Hip Fractures and Predicted Number in the Future 2010–2050
Background: Understanding past trends and predicted future incidence of hip fractures is important for the assessment of Medicare sustainability and resource allocation. The purpose of this articleExpand
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Transportable data from non-target arthropod field studies for the environmental risk assessment of genetically modified maize expressing an insecticidal double-stranded RNA
As part of an environmental risk assessment, the potential impact of genetically modified (GM) maize MON 87411 on non-target arthropods (NTAs) was evaluated in the field. MON 87411 confers resistanceExpand
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Emerging zoonotic diseases.
Vol. 7, No. 3 Supplement, June 2001 Emerging Infectious Diseases 537 Emerging Zoonotic Bacterial and Parasitic Diseases Corrie Brown from the University of Georgia discussed 15 diseases common toExpand
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CLUTCH SIZE AND OFFSPRING SIZE IN THE WOLF SPIDER PIRATA SEDENTARIUS (ARANEAE, LYCOSIDAE)
Abstract Wolf spiders in the genus Pirata are common, often locally abundant, inhabitants of many moist or mesic habitats. However, relatively little is known about the ecology or life history ofExpand
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LIFE HISTORIES OF FOUR SPECIES OF SCORPION IN THREE FAMILIES (BUTHIDAE, DIPLOCENTRIDAE, VAEJOVIDAE) FROM ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO
Abstract Although scorpions are common and potentially ecologically important members of arid ecosystems throughout the world, basic life history information is lacking for most species. In theExpand
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Scale-based correlations of relative areas with fracture of chocolate
Abstract Scale-based correlation analyses are applied to the fractography of chocolate. The objective is to show how scale-based analyses can find functional correlations between surface propertiesExpand
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Reproductive investment in two species of scorpion, Vaejovis waueri (Vaejovidae) and Diplocentrus linda (Diplocentridae), from West Texas
Scorpions have many life history traits, such as a long juvenile period, viviparity, long gestation times, iteroparity, and parental care, which are uncommon in terrestrial invertebrates. DespiteExpand
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THE FREQUENCY OF LEG AUTOTOMY AND ITS INFLUENCE ON SURVIVAL IN NATURAL POPULATIONS OF THE WOLF SPIDER PARDOSA VALENS
Autotomy occurs when an animal intentionally sacrifices an appendage to escape predation or free a limb. While immediately beneficial, loss of an appendage can lead to a variety of future costs. InExpand
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