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Feeding habits and overlap among red fox (Vulpes vulpes) and stone marten (Martes foina) in two Mediterranean mountain habitats
Summary The feeding habits of two carnivorous opportunists, red fox ( Vulpes vulpes ) and stone marten ( Martes foina ), have been compared in two Mediterranean mountain habitats (mesic and xeric),Expand
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Short- and long-term patterns of sponge diversity on a rocky tropical coast: evidence of large-scale structuring factors
The importance of a long-term ecological perspective is well documented, yet long-term data are not widely available. This paper represents the first quantitative description of sublittoral spongeExpand
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Population dynamics of a mutualistic interaction between the sponge Haliclona caerulea and the red alga Jania adherens
A population of the association between the haplosclerid sponge Haliclona caerulea and the red algae Jania adherens was studied in the Bay of Mazatlan (east tropical Pacific Ocean, Mex- ico), along aExpand
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Adaptive Bands on EEG Signals Extracted with Empirical Mode Decomposition
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In this work, it has been analyzed the performance of the Empirical Mode Decomposition (EMD) of electroencephalographic (EEG) signals for classification of different mental tasks. Expand
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Endoscopic plastic surgery.
This article discusses three of the most popular endoscopic procedures in plastic surgery. Brow lift, transaxillary breast augmentation, and abdominoplasty are all cosmetic procedures with a highExpand
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Action on multiple fronts, illegal poisoning and wind farm planning, is required to reverse the decline of the Egyptian vulture in southern Spain
Abstract Large body-sized avian scavengers, including the Egyptian vulture ( Neophron percnopterus ), are globally threatened due to human-related mortality so guidelines quantifying the efficacy ofExpand
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PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY INDUCED IN TRANSPLANT EXPERIMENTS IN A MUTUALISTIC ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE RED ALGA JANIA ADHAERENS (RHODOPHYTA, CORALLINALES) AND THE SPONGE HALICLONA CAERULEA (PORIFERA:
The association between the red macroalga Jania adhaerens J. V. Lamour. and the sponge Haliclona caerulea is the most successful life‐form between 2 and 4 m depth in Mazatlán Bay (Mexican Pacific).Expand
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Habitat selection by larvae of the symbiotic sponge Haliclona caerulea (Hechtel, 1965) (Demospongiae, Haplosclerida).
The viviparous sponge Haliclona caerulea lives in symbiosis with the calcareous alga Jania adherens in shallow rocky ecosystems from the Bay of Mazatlan (Mexican Pacific Ocean). Laboratory and fieldExpand
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Robotic Wheelchair Commanded by People with Disabilities Using Low/High-Frequency SSVEP-based BCI
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This paper presents a practical BCI based on Steady-State Visual Evoked Potentials (SSVEP) currently being used by people with disabilities. Expand
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Temporal and small-scale spatial variations in abundance and biomass of seagrass-dwelling sponges in a tropical estuarine system
Although marine sponges are one of the most ecologically important benthic groups in marine ecosystems, their ecological role in seagrass beds from estuarine environments is little known. In thisExpand
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