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A study of the human fibular communicating nerve
  • D. Williams
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Anatomical record
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Movements of Benthos during the Recolonization of Temporary Streams
The relative importance of each of four main sources of animals is examined experimentally during the annual repopulation of two temporary streams. The sources are: drift and upstream migration fromExpand
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Projections of medial terminal accessory optic nucleus, ventral tegmental nuclei, and substantia nigra of rabbit and rat as studied by retrograde axonal transport of horseradish peroxidase
Projections of the medial terminal nucleus (MTN) of the accessory optic system, the ventral tegmental area of Tsai, and the substantia nigra of the rabbit and the rat have been studied by the methodExpand
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Some aspects of case building in Phryganea cinerea Walker (Trichoptera: Phryganeidae)
Abstract P. cinerea is a member of one of the most primitive families of tube-case-building caddisflies. This study records its basic case-building behaviour together with the species' adaptabilityExpand
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Circulating antioxidants as determinants of the rate of biological aging in pigtailed macaques (Macaca nemestrina).
The effect of antioxidant activity on the rate of biological aging was studied in 39 pigtailed macaques (Macaca nemestrina) 7-30 years of age. Scores of seven antioxidant compounds (vitamins C and E,Expand
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Behavior of single motor units during pre-shivering tone and shivering tremor.
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In vitro attachment of Salmonella typhimurium to chicken cecal mucus: effect of cations and pretreatment with Lactobacillus spp. isolated from the intestinal tracts of chickens.
The attachment of radiolabeled Salmonella typhimurium 333/O cells to immobilized cecal mucus from specific-pathogen-free leghorn chickens was determined in the presence of D-mannose. The attachmentExpand
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Invertebrate movements within a small stream: Density dependence or compensating for drift?
The movements of invertebrates within a permanent first order stream in southern Ontario are described, including: drift, upstream migration and post-emergence flight. Large numbers of invertebratesExpand
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Larval development of Glaridacris confusa (Cestoda: Caryophyllaeidae).
Larval development of the caryophyllaeid cestode Glaridacris confusa occurs in aquatic annelids of the families Tubificidae and Naididae. Procercoids possess a cercomer; the scolex and gonads areExpand
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Cold-induced changes in fatty acids of the rat and hamster.
Abstract : Data are presented to show that cold acclimation induces an increase in the relative level of unsaturation in white adipose tissue of both the rat and the hamster. This elevated level ofExpand
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