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DOCSISTM cable modem technology
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An overview of the cable modem interface standard for high-speed access to content on the Internet . Expand
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WRRCTR No.105 Hydrologic and Ecologic Inventories of the Coastal Waters of West Hawaii
NOAA Office of Sea Grant, Department of Commerce, under Grant Nos. 04-5-158-17 and 04-6-158-44026, Project No. R/CM-09; and the County of Hawaii
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Prescribed fire effects on biological control of leafy spurge
The flea beetle, Aphthona nigriscutis Foudras, is a potentially useful agent for biological control of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula L.) in grasslands devoted to wildlife conservation. However,Expand
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Conspecific Wounding in Free-Ranging R. Norvegicus From Stable and Unstable Populations
The incidence and body site distribution of wounds were determined for wild R. norvegicus trapped near the border of either mature sugar cane fields (stable population) or recently harvested andExpand
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Research access to privately owned wetland basins in the Prairie Pothole Region of the United States
We describe efforts to obtain access for research to 81 wetland basins on 69 farms in four zones of the Prairie Pothole Region of North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota. Access was obtained to 54%Expand
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HAZARDS TO BIRDS FROM ZINC PHOSPHIDE RAT BAIT IN A MACADAMIA ORCHARD
Oat groat baits, containing 1.88% zinc phosphide (Pank 1976), have been broadcast into sugarcane fields in Hawaii since 1970 to control damage by Polynesian (Rattus exulans), Norway (R. norvegicus),Expand
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Fatty acid composition of adipose tissue as an indicator of diet: a preliminary assessment
In one experiment, male Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus) were provided diets in which oil composition varied systematically from 20% corn oil (and no coconut oil) to 20% coconut oil (and no corn oil).Expand
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Eccentric coupler for optical fibers: a simplified version.
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HAZARDS TO BIRDS FROM ZINC PHOSPHIDE RAT
damage by Polynesian (Rattus exulans), Norway (R. norvegicus), and black (R. rattus) rats. No avian mortality related to zinc phosphide baits has been documented, although Hilton et al. (1972)Expand
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