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Long-term patterns in Lake Champlain's zooplankton: 1992–2010
Abstract We examined patterns in Lake Champlain zooplankton abundance from 1992 to 2010 using summer data from five study sites. Rotifer abundance (#/m 3 ) for many common taxa such as Polyarthra ,Expand
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The Mayflies (Ephemeroptera), Stoneflies (Plecoptera), and Caddisflies (Trichoptera) of the Adirondack Park (New York State)
ABSTRACT James Needham and Cornelius Betten in 1901 published one the first studies of aquatic insects in North America providing life history information for a number of taxa, and descriptions of 10Expand
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Ten-fold decline in Mysis diluviana in Lake Champlain between 1975 and 2012
Mysis diluviana is an important mid-trophic level omnivore in many lakes, but studies of Mysis in Lake Champlain are rare. We used an unpublished 1975 study as a baseline to test for changes inExpand
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Design and construction of a hybrid immunoglobulin domain with properties of both heavy and light chain variable regions.
The complementarity-determining regions (CDRs) of a human kappa light chain were replaced with CDRs from a murine gamma-1 heavy chain and, by use of molecular modeling, key heavy chain frameworkExpand
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A new species, Perlesta mihucorum described from New York, USA, is distinguished from other regional species in the male by the characteristics of the paraprocts and aedeagus and in the female by theExpand
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Insecta, Ephemeroptera: new and additional records from New York (U.S.A.)
Jacobus and McCafferty (2001b) listed 173 species of mayflies from New York, including 42 new state species records, of which 170 were considered valid taxa. Herein, we augment that list with nineExpand
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A new species of Acentrella Bengtsson (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) from New York and New England (USA), redescription of the nymph of A. parvula (McDunnough), and key to known adult males of Nearctic
A new species Acentrella rallatoma (type locality: Connetquot River, Oakdale, NY, USA) is described from nymphs and reared adults. Additional specimens were studied from southeastern New York,Expand
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State Estimation via Inference on a Probabilistic Graphical Model - A Different Perspective
This paper presents a novel solver to the state estimation (SE) problem for the power grid, based on probabilistic graphical models (PGMs) based on Gaussian Belief Propagation. Expand
Descriptions of the Nymphs of Eastern North American Species of Cultus (Plecoptera: Perlodidae)
Abstract The nymphs of eastern North American stonefly genus Cultus are described. Previous misidentifications and putative nymphal descriptions are reviewed. A key separating the late instar nymphsExpand
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