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The origins of sensory innervation of the lower respiratory tract are thought to be principally the nodose and jugular ganglia of the vagus nerve. It has been suggested and partially demonstrated that there is also a component arising from dorsal root ganglia, but the segmental levels involved are not known precisely. We have therefore investigated the(More)
BPM 37093 is the only hydrogen-atmosphere white dwarf currently known which has sufficient mass (∼1.1 M ⊙) to theoretically crystallize while still inside the ZZ Ceti instability strip (T eff ∼12,000 K). As a consequence, this star represents our first opportunity to test crystallization theory directly. If the core is substantially crystallized, then the(More)
Background The alcohol industry is an excellent representation of the development process in Brazil, it considers the sugar cane as one of the biggest monocultures. As a result of this high production, there is the vinasse, a residue from the alcohol production after the pulp fermentation and distillation of the wine (Pulp after fermentation), ensuing from(More)
We have localized by immunocytochemistry, and quantified by intercept counting, NO-synthase-containing nerves in newborn pig intrapulmonary airways and maturational changes in their density in juvenile and adult lung. NO-synthase-containing nerves supplying airway smooth muscle and epithelium were evident at all ages (< 2 h, 1-2 days, 3-5 days, 6-10 days,(More)
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