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Successive passaging of a plant-associated microbiome reveals robust habitat and host genotype-dependent selection
Significance There is great interest in selecting for host-associated microbiomes that confer particular functions to their host, and yet it remains unknown whether selection for a robust and stableExpand
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Medical students' perceptions of their development of 'soft skills' : part II : the development of 'soft skills' through 'guiding and growing' : original research
ligBackground:l/ig This paper reports on medical students' views on the ways in which their 'soft skills' were developed. It is the result of a study on soft skills among two groups of studentsExpand
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Views of schizophrenia patients on the effects of cannabis on their mental health
Background . Cannabis use may trigger or perpetuate clinical features of schizophrenia in vulnerable individuals, thereby contributing to the morbidity of schizophrenia and its burden of disease.Expand
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Training undergraduate medical students in 'soft skills' - a qualitative research project at the University of Pretoria : guest editorial
Extracted from text ... South African Psychiatry Review ? February 2006 12 GUEST EDITORIAL S Afr Psychiatry Rev 2006;9:12-14 Training undergraduate medical students in 'soft skills' - aExpand
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What patients with bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder perceive as adverse life events precipitating a current major depressive episode
Background. Adverse life events (ALEs) as precipitants of a major depressive episode (MDE) have been the subject of many studies. These studies indicate an increase in ALEs in the 6 months precedingExpand
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Guest Editorial Training undergraduate medical students in 'soft skills' - a qualitative research project at the University of Pretoria
C Kruger, WJ Schurink, A-M Bergh, PM Joubert, JL Roos, CW Van Staden,GE Pickworth ,RR Du Preez,SV Grey, BG Lindeque Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pretoria, SouthExpand
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Medical students' perceptions of their development of 'soft skills' : part I : a qualitative research methodology : original research
ligBackground:l/ig Following the introduction of a new, integrated, problem-oriented undergraduate medical curriculum at the University of Pretoria (UP) in 1997, a research project was undertaken toExpand
Population and comparative genetics of thermotolerance divergence between yeast species
Many familiar traits in the natural world—from lions’ manes to the longevity of bristlecone pine trees—arose in the distant past, and have long since fixed in their respective species. A keyExpand
Molecular and evolutionary mechanisms of yeast thermotolerance
Many familiar traits in the natural world-from lions9 manes to the longevity of bristlecone pine trees-arose in the distant past, and have long since fixed in their respective species. A keyExpand
Anxiety in family practice
Abstract Anxiety disorders represent some of the most common mental disorders. The lifetime prevalence rates for the different disorders are between 1% and 13%. Most anxiety disorders have a chronic,Expand