R. J. Yates

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Twenty-three populations of Lotus ornithopodioides L., collected from different regions of the Mediterranean basin, were investigated for their ecological and agronomic traits in Western Australia. Great variability was found between and within populations for flowering time, forage and seed yield. Flowering time ranged between 75 and 120 days, dry matter(More)
Hearts that have been perfused in low calcium fluids suffer, on return to normal calcium solutions, an impairment of function which can be irreversible-- the "calcium paradox." In hypothermic mammalian, amphibian, and fish heart the strong contracture, which is a typical first stage in the development of the calcium paradox, is reversible and appears to(More)
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