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Orchid phylogenomics and multiple drivers of their extraordinary diversification
Orchids are the most diverse family of angiosperms, with over 25 000 species, more than mammals, birds and reptiles combined. Tests of hypotheses to account for such diversity have been stymied byExpand
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Impact of piglet birth weight, birth order, and litter size on subsequent growth performance, carcass quality, muscle composition, and eating quality of pork.
The objective of this study was to investigate the relationships among birth weight, birth order, or litter size on growth performance, carcass quality, and eating quality of the ultimate porkExpand
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ORCHID FLORAL FRAGRANCES AND MALE EUGLOSSINE BEES: METHODS AND ADVANCES IN THE LAST SESQUIDECADE
All species of the Neotropical subtribes Stanhopeinae and Catasetinae (Orchi daceae) are pollinated exclusively by male euglossine bees which are attracted to and collect the floral fragrances. TheExpand
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Phylogeny of sulfate‐reducing bacteria
Sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) are a diverse group of prokaryotes that may be divided into four groups based on rRNA sequence analysis: Gram-negative mesophilic SRB; Gram-positive spore forming SRB;Expand
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Generic recircumscriptions of Oncidiinae (Orchidaceae: Cymbidieae) based on maximum likelihood analysis of combined DNA datasets
  • Kurt M. Neubig, Kurt M. Neubig, +11 authors Mark W. Chase
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Phylogenetic relationships within the orchid subtribe Oncidiinae sensu Chase were inferred using maximum likelihood analyses of single and multilocus DNA sequence data sets. Analyses included bothExpand
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Effect of chronic immune system activation on body nitrogen retention, partial efficiency of lysine utilization, and lysine needs of pigs.
The influence of a low and high level of chronic immune system (IS) activation on body nitrogen retention, partial efficiency of dietary lysine utilization, and lysine needs of pigs at three bodyExpand
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Evolution along the crassulacean acid metabolism continuum
Crassulaceanacid metabolism(CAM) isaspecialised modeof photosynthesisthat improves atmospheric CO2 assimilationinwater-limited terrestrial andepiphytichabitatsandinCO2-limited aquaticExpand
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Effect of chronic immune system activation on the rate, efficiency, and composition of growth and lysine needs of pigs fed from 6 to 27 kg.
The influence of a low and a high level chronic immune system (IS) activation on growth and dietary nutrient needs of pigs was evaluated. All pigs were of a single genetic strain and geographicalExpand
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Response to dietary digestible energy concentration in growing pigs fed cereal grain-based diets.
Understanding how energy is utilized by the pig, and how the pig responds to changes in dietary energy concentration, is essential information in determining the optimal concentration of dietaryExpand
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Effect of level of chronic immune system activation on the growth and dietary lysine needs of pigs fed from 6 to 112 kg.
The effect of a low and a high level of chronic immune system (IS) activation on the rate, efficiency, and composition of body growth and dietary lysine needs of pigs fed from 6 to 112 kg body weightExpand
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