Daniel J. Craig

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Guaymas, for transportation and food deliveries. For logistic support, we are indebted to the Instituto Tec-noló gico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey-bó n for excellent help and company in the field. We are grateful to D. Anderson, H. Drummond, and BRT's graduate committee members E. Adkins-Re-The genitals of male birds generally are not noted for(More)
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Popular medical knowledge and practice exist in forms that people are able to remember, and that they use to manage their daily lives. This knowledge is fundamentally practical and relates to the patterns of everyday life and the rhythms of the body. The broad "polythetic" concepts of this knowledge system are typically drawn from both dominant and other(More)
One potential negative impact on the quality of life of a spinal cord injured person is the loss of the ability to control devices in their immediate environment. Consequently, research and development has been conducted on technology designed to restore some measure of independence by providing means of control over these devices. A previous assistive(More)
Biochemical modulation of 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) has been used over the past 20 years to improve the therapeutic efficacy of this antineoplastic agent. Recently, modulation of the catabolic pathway of this fluoropy-rimidine has been the focus of extensive preclinical and clinical investigation. Dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase catalyzes the rate-limiting step(More)
Biochemical modulation of 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) has been used over the past 20 years to improve the therapeutic efficacy of this antineoplastic agent. Recently, modulation of the catabolic pathway of this fluoropyrimidine has been the focus of extensive preclinical and clinical investigation. Dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase catalyzes the rate-limiting step(More)
<lb>The adsorption of perchlorate to tailored granular activated carbon (TGAC) was studied at bench<lb>scale. Seventeen rapid small-scale column tests (RSSCT) were conducted with groundwater from<lb>Fontana, California under different operational variables and water chemistry solutions. Results<lb>show that the adsorption of perchlorate is pH dependent. The(More)
Red-cockaded woodpecker populations declined precipitously following European settlement and expansion and cutting of the original pine forests across the southeastern United States. By 1990 most residual populations lacked demographic viability, existed in degraded habitat, and were isolated from other populations. The primary causes of this situation were(More)
Some of the most beautiful pictures of nature have been taken at a distance of more than 200 miles. From this altitude above our planet you can see the major weather events and patterns that move across the globe. The weather may appear peaceful and uniform, but we know that on the ground it can be violent and changing, including climates that vary(More)
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