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A leaf rust resistant wheat-rye translocation stock, ST-1, introduced from Japan, comprised distinct morphological types. One type possessed a T1BL·1RS chromosome with genes Lr26, Yr9 and Sr31. A second type carried a new gene, Lr45, located in a large segment of rye chromosome translocated to wheat chromosome 2A. Its structure was identified as(More)
  • systEm chAngEs, D M The, +5 authors Maria Claudia IrigoyenIII
  • 2009
I Human Movement Laboratory, Sao Judas Tadeu University São Paulo/ SP, Brazil. II Wright State University Dayton, Ohio/EUA. III Hypertension Unit, Heart Institute (INCOR), Faculdade de Medicina, Universidade de São Paulo São Paulo/SP, Brazil. Tel.: 55 11 2799.1909 Email:prof.rogeriowichi@usjt.br Received for publication on August 29, 2008 Accepted for(More)
This thesis examines the development of goat and sheep herding in the Levant during the Neolithic period, and focuses particularly on the emergence of caprines as major early domesticates and the development of specialised pastoral economies. It is divided into two sections. The first consists of a critical review of published palaeoclimatic,(More)
Anchovy and mackerel eggs and yolk-sac larvae were exposed to U V radiation in the bioactive band of wavelengths between 280 and 320nm. the UV-B region of the spectrum. Irradiation levels were based upon predicted UV-B increases that would result from anthropogenic diminution of Earth’s protective ozone shell. Doseeresponse relationships for mortality and(More)
The first years of reforms in the former Soviet Union resulted in a sharp decline in agricultural production. Between 1989 and 1992, Ukrainian gross agricultural product dropped some 20%, and the output of grain, which is produced mostly in the collective sector, went down some 25% (World Bank). Several reasons for the fall have been advanced. In addition(More)
Anatomical studies of major affective disorders. A review and suggestions for further research. Br.rich pyramidal neurons in the human neocortex and hippocampus. Absence at birth, development during the life span, and dissolution in Alzheimer's disease. Reduced glycine stimulation of [3H]MK801 binding in Alzheimer's disease. Loss of glycine-dependent(More)
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