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Medical Aspects of Chemical and Biological Warfare
Abstract : This volume was prepared for military medical educational use. The focus of the information is to foster discussion that may form the basis of doctrine and policy. Until this decade, ourExpand
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Clinical recognition and management of patients exposed to biological warfare agents.
Concern regarding the use of biological agents--bacteria, viruses, or toxins--as tools of warfare or terrorism has led to measures to deter their use or, failing that, to deal with the consequences.Expand
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Clinical recognition and management of patients exposed to biological warfare agents.
Concern regarding the use of biological agents (bacteria, viruses, or toxins) as tools of warfare or terrorism has led to measures to deter their use or, failing that, to deal with the consequences.Expand
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Recruitment, survivorship, and age structure of a New York ribbed mussel population (Geukensia demissa) in relation to shore level—a nine year study
Age structure, recruitment, and survivorship of a Jamaica Bay, New York ribbed mussel (Geukensia demissa) population were studied over nine years at two shore elevations. Mussels were collected inExpand
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Allometry of shell and body weight in relation to shore level in the intertidal bivalve Geukensia demissa (Bivalvia: Mytilidae)
Abstract Absolute and allometric growth rates were determined for two shore-level populations of Geukensia demissa at a site within the Jamaica Bay National Wildlife Refuge (NY). Growth rates of bothExpand
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4H-SiC UV photo detectors with large area and very high specific detectivity
Pt/4H-SiC Schottky photodiodes have been fabricated with the device areas up to 1 cm/sup 2/. The I-V characteristics and photoresponse spectra have been measured and analyzed. For a 5 mm/spl times/5Expand
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THE BIOLOGY OF A BROODING SEASTAR, LEPTASTERIAS TENERA, IN BLOCK ISLAND SOUND
Leptasterias tenera (Stimpson) was sampled from a muddy habitat, 28-37 m deep, dominated by tubicolous amphipods. The seastars were seldom aggregated and had mean densities of 3-8 individuals per m2.Expand
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Size and age at first reproduction of the ribbed mussel Geukensia demissa (Dillwyn) in relation to shore level in a New York salt marsh
Abstract The shell lengths and dry body weights of ribbed mussels ( Geukensia demissa ) at the onset of sexual maturation were determined at two shore levels within the tall Spartina alternifloraExpand
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