Phil Weeks

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Bees foraging for nectar should choose different inflorescences from those foraging for both pollen and nectar, if inflorescences consist of differing proportions of male and female flowers, particularly if the sex phases of the flowers differ in nectar content as well as the occurrence of pollen. This study tested this prediction using worker honey bees(More)
BACKGROUND Primary graft dysfunction (PGD) is a frequent complication after cardiac transplantation and remains one of the leading causes of mortality in these patients. The objective of this case-control study is to identify donor and surgical procedure's factors associated with PGD, and further guide possible strategies to prevent PGD. METHODS(More)
Studies of the sporting activities and exercise habits of the 1975 Busselton population indicated that two out of three subjects exercised either not at all, or less than once a week, and only 7% stated they tried to get out of breath during their exertions. Those in sedentary occupations undertook more leisure exercise than those in non-sedentary(More)
Cryptococcal infection is the third most common invasive fungal infection (IFI) among solid-organ transplant (SOT) recipients and is considered an important opportunistic infection due to its significant morbidity and mortality. To determine whether a cluster of cryptococcosis in heart transplant patients was of nosocomial nature, three cases of orthotopic(More)
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