Gary Crow

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The scalp recorded frequency-following potentials (FFP) are a composite of several FFP's which may be distinguished by comparing simultaneously recorded waveforms from vertical and horizontal derivations in response to tones of very low frequently (below 350 Hz). The two most prominent FFP's were designated FFP1 and FFP2. FFP1 was recorded equally well in(More)
The synchrony of neural impulses in response to low-frequency sinusoids is described for auditory medullary neurons. The results are summarized as follows: (1) In general, neural synchrony is found to improve with increases in intensity and frequency of stimulation for both monaural and binaural neurons when measurements are make in absolute time. (2) An(More)
Blackleg, also known as Phoma stem canker, caused by Leptosphaeria maculans (Phoma lingam), is one of the most serious diseases of canola worldwide. In this study, the mean disease severity (Ds) and incidence (Di) of canola cv. Westar plants infected at the cotyledon, three-leaf, and six-leaf stages by pycnidiospores of L. maculans were monitored in the(More)
Comparison of disease severity and incidence at different growth stages of naturally infected canola plants under field conditions by pycnidiospores of Phoma lingam as a main source of inoculum, This article may be used for research, teaching and private study purposes. Any substantial or systematic reproduction, redistribution , reselling , loan,(More)
Evaluation of the effectiveness of a patient decision aid (nurse-managed telephone support line and/or colorectal cancer screening website), distributed to patients by their family physician, in improving fecal occult blood test (FOBT) colorectal cancer screening rates. A pragmatic, two arm, cluster randomized controlled trial in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada(More)
A study was conducted in 2009 at two locations in Manitoba (Killarney and Souris), Canada to determine the impact of off-stream waterers (OSW) with or without natural barriers on (i) amount of time cattle spent in the 10 m buffer created within the riparian area, referred to as the riparian polygon (RP), (ii) watering location (OSW or stream), and (iii)(More)
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