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Dendritic ecological networks (DENs) are a unique form of ecological networks that exhibit a dendritic network topology (e.g. stream and cave networks or plant architecture). DENs have a dual spatial representation; as points within the network and as points in geographical space. Consequently, some analytical methods used to quantify relationships in other(More)
The role of the thymus in the cyclical appearance of the dominant idiotype of the myeloma protein secreted by the TEPC-15 plasmacytoma (T-15)-bearing plaque-forming cells (PFC) and anti-idiotypic cells (i.e., cells with receptors for T-15) in the spleen during a primary response to the phosphorylcholine determinant of Streptococcus pneumoniae, strain R36a(More)
Dendritic ecological networks (DENs) are a unique form of ecological networks that exhibit a dendritic network topology (e.g. stream and cave networks or plant architecture). DENs have a dual spatial representation; as points within the network and as points in geographical space. Consequently, some analytical methods used to quantify relationships in other(More)
The Need for Annual Stream Temperature Data Thermal regimes are fundamental to understanding aquatic ecology, given the ectothermic physiologies of most aquatic organisms. Moreover, significant departures from historical conditions are underway in response to a warming climate (Isaak et al. 2010; Kaushal et al. 2010). Although considerable amounts of stream(More)
Thermal regimes are fundamental to understanding aquatic ecology, given the ectothermic physiologies of most aquatic organisms. Moreover, significant departures from historical conditions are underway in response to a warming climate (Isaak et al. 2010; Isaak et al. 2011, Kaushal et al. 2010; Rieman and Isaak 2010). Although considerable amounts of stream(More)
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