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Reward-induced burst firing of dopaminergic neurons has mainly been studied in the primate midbrain. Voltammetry allows high-speed detection of dopamine release in the projection area. Although voltammetry has revealed presynaptic modulation of dopamine release in the striatum, to date, reward-induced release in awakened brains has been recorded only in(More)
Fruit-quality trait improvement is an important objective in citrus breeding; however, fruit breeding programs often accumulate highly unbalanced phenotypic records, which are a serious obstacle in comparing and selecting genotypes. The best linear unbiased prediction (BLUP) method can be used to overcome these difficulties, but few fruit breeding programs(More)
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