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A PHYLOGENY AND A NEW CLASSIFICATION OF THE COROPHIIDEA LEACH, 1814 (AMPHIPODA)
Abstract Based on a phylogenetic analysis of 104 genera and 156 species of corophiidean amphipods, we present a new phylogeny and higher-level classification for the suborder Corophiidea Leach, 1814.Expand
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A Phylogeny and a New Classification of the Corophiidea (Amphipoda)
Based on a phylogenetic analysis of 104 genera and 156 species of corophiidean amphipods, we present a new phylogeny and higher-level classification for the suborder Corophiidea Leach, 1814. TheExpand
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Death in the operating room : an analysis of a multi-center experience
To characterize causes of death in the operating room (OR) following major trauma, a retrospective review of admissions to eight academic trauma centers was conducted to define the etiology of deathExpand
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A revision of the tropical/temperate amphipod genus Dulichiella Stout, 1912, and the description of a new Atlantic genus Verdeia gen. nov. (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Melitidae)
The melitid amphipod genus Dulichiella Stout, 1912, is revised. Based on examination of type material or new material from near type localities, we redescribe D. anisochir (Kroyer, 1845) from Brazil,Expand
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TAXONOMIC STATUS OF AMPHIPOD CRUSTACEANS IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA WITH A CHECKLIST OF KNOWN SPECIES
The Amphipoda of the South China Sea are catalogued. Based on the literature, 48 families, 113 genera and 272 species are recorded. Gammaridean amphipods have effectively been studied from only threeExpand
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Brain tumors in the elderly: recent trends in a Minnesota cohort study.
OBJECTIVE To compare the clinical presentation, time elapsed to diagnosis, and survival of elderly patients (> or = 65 years) with that in younger patients with malignant primary brain tumors. Expand
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The deep-sea lysianassoid genus Eurythenes (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Eurytheneidae n. fam.)
Eurythenes gryllus est redecrit a partir de l'holotype de Gammarus gryllus Lichtenstein in Mandt, 1822 ; de l'holotype de Lysianassa magellanica H. Milne Edwards, 1848 ; et d'un des specimensExpand
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Catalogue of Crustacean type specimens in the Australian Museum : malacostraca
This is the fIrst catalogue of the Australian Museum malacostracan Crustacea type collection. The catalogue consists of 2915 type specimen lots representing 1154 nominal taxa comprising: elevenExpand
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