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International variation in the management of infants hospitalized with respiratory syncytial virus
Abstract Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a frequent cause of hospitalization among infants. To compare patient management in Europe, the United States, and Australia, we analyzed the charts ofExpand
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Kinship and association in communally roosting black vultures
Abstract Black vultures, Coragyps atratus , spend each night in a communal roost, and individuals sleep at several different roosts over time. They feed in large aggregations at carcasses and engageExpand
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A delicate balance: integrating active learning into a large lecture course.
A lecture section of introductory biology that historically enrolled more than 500 students was split into two smaller sections of approximately 250 students each. Expand
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Polymorphic minisatellite amplified on avian W chromosome
Jeffrey's minisatellite probe 33.15, which screens dozens of hypervariable loci throughout the genome, detects female-specific fragments in stripe-backed wrens (Campylorhynchus nuchalis). HaeIIIExpand
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Chronology of the Evolution-Creationism Controversy
A unique chronology with entries describing the key events in the 3,000-year conflict between religion and science over the explanation and definition of life on Earth. * Comprises over 1,400Expand
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Students Propose Genetic Solutions to Societal Problems
The Genetic Engineering Proposal Project, an IBI prize-winning module, teaches biology students to devise innovative bioproducts or solutions to environmental or health problems. In the FoundationsExpand
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Why Intelligent Design Isn ’ t Intelligent Review of : Unintelligent Design
As an evolutionary biologist, I am always somewhat vexed by the appearance of each new book aimed at refuting creationism and antievolutionism. After all, evolution is the central unifying principleExpand
More Than Darwin: The People and Places of the Evolution-Creationism Controversy
Heated debates over evolution versus creationism have occurred almost nonstop - in courts, schools, churches, and elsewhere - from the 1859 publication of Charles Darwin's "On the Origin of Species"Expand
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