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Assessing Bat Detectability and Occupancy with Multiple Automated Echolocation Detectors
Abstract Occupancy analysis and its ability to account for differential detection probabilities is important for studies in which detecting echolocation calls is used as a measure of bat occurrenceExpand
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Construction and characterization of a highly stable human: rodent monochromosomal hybrid panel for genetic complementation and genome mapping studies.
Human:rodent somatic cell hybrids carrying a single, intact, selectable human chromosome are valuable both for functional somatic cell genetic analysis and genome mapping procedures. Here, weExpand
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Respiratory metabolism in two species of carabid beetle from the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia
Abstract The influence of feeding state on cold-adapted metabolism was investigated in the adults of two carabid beetles, Trechisibus antarcticus and Oopterus soledadinus (Coleoptera: Carabidae),Expand
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Foraging range movements of the endangered Hawaiian hoary bat, Lasiurus cinereus semotus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae)
We documented nightly movements of Hawaiian hoary bats (Lasiurus cinereus semotus) on the island of Hawai'i. Based on data from 28 radiotagged individuals mean foraging range (FR) was 230.7 ± 72.3Expand
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Foraging Movements of Epauletted Fruit Bats (Pteropodidae) in Relation to the Distribution of Sycamore Figs (Moraceae) in Kruger National Park, South Africa
We examined the distribution of Ficus sycomorus in relation to the movements and feeding, behavior of two species of epauletted fruit bats in Kruger National Park in order to learn about the scaleExpand
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Novel use of a selectable fusion gene as an “In‐Out” marker for studying genetic loss in mammalian cells
Recent demonstrations of loss of heterozygosity in a wide variety of human cancers suggest that large multilocus genetic deletions (presumably including tumor suppressor genes) constitute a majorExpand
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cDNA cloning of eel (Anguilla anguilla) somatolactin.
The nucleotide sequence of the cDNA coding for eel somatolactin (SL), a pituitary hormone belonging to the growth hormone (GH)/prolactin (PRL) family, has been determined. The full-length eel SL cDNAExpand
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Characterisation of the D1 protein in a photosystem II mutant (LF‐1) of Scenedesmus obliquus blocked on the oxidising side Evidence supporting non‐processing of D1 as the cause of the lesion
The D1 polypeptide of the photosystem II reaction centre in a mutant (LF‐1) of Scenedesmus obliquus lacking a water‐splitting manganese complex is approx. 1.5 kDa larger than that in the wild typeExpand
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