J E Hornby

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The types and the distribution of muscle fibres were analysed and compared in the tails of Xenopus laevis and Rana temporaria tadpoles. The filter feeding tadpoles of X. laevis were found to have both white muscle fibres adjacent to the notochord used for normal locomotory swimming and a superficial layer of small red fibres. The red fibres are probably(More)
BACKGROUND "Hazardous and harmful" drinkers make up approximately 23 % of the adult population in England. However, only around 10 % of these people access specialist care, such as face-to-face extended brief treatment in community alcohol services. This may be due to stigma, difficulty accessing services during working hours, a shortage of trained(More)
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