Clara Franchi

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A permutation group G is said to be a group of finite type {k}, k a positive integer, if each nonidentity element of G has exactly k fixed points. We show that a group G can be faithfully represented as an irredundant permutation group of finite type if and only if G has a non-trivial normal partition such that each component has finite bounded index in its(More)
Microinjection of 200 ng carbachol into the midbrain tegmentum of awake toads increases the duration of tonic immobility episodes induced by postural inversion maneuvers and by movement restriction. These increases were statistically significant when compared to those induced in untreated animals and in animals microinjected with an equivalent volume (0.2(More)
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