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Urban adolescent stress and hopelessness.
- D. Landis, N. Gaylord-Harden, Sara L Malinowski, K. Grant, Russell A. Carleton, R. Ford
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of adolescence
- 1 December 2007
This study sought to explore potential mechanisms through which uncontrollable, chronic stressors may lead to hopelessness in low-income, urban adolescents. In particular, the roles of specific… Expand
Socioeconomic status as a moderator of ADHD treatment outcomes.
- Ricardo Rieppi, L. Greenhill, +20 authors T. Wigal
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of the American Academy of Child and…
- 1 March 2002
OBJECTIVE To explore whether socioeconomic status (SES) variables moderate treatment response of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to medication management (MedMgt), behavioral… Expand
Present status of the sugarcane mosaic subgroup of potyviruses.
Until recently, sugarcane mosaic virus (SCMV) was believed to be a single potyvirus consisting of a large number of strains, differing from each other in certain biological and antigenic properties.… Expand
Sugarcane yellow leaf syndrome: history and current concepts.
Taxonomy of potyviruses infecting maize, sorghum, and sugarcane in Australia and the United States as determined by reactivities of polyclonal antibodies directed towards virus-specific N-termini of…
(...) In this paper we have compared 17 SCMV/MDMV strains from Australia and the United States on the basis of their reactivities, in electro-blot immunoassay, with cross-absorbed polyclonal… Expand
A Novel Approach to the Serology of Potyviruses Involving Affinity-purified Polyclonal Antibodies Directed towards Virus-specific N Termini of Coat Proteins
Summary Attempts to identify and classify distinct potyviruses and their strains have frequently been hampered by the presence of variable proportions of cross-reacting antibodies in antisera.… Expand
Differentiation of sugarcane, maize dwarf, Johnsongrass, and sorghum mosaic viruses based on reactions of oat and some sorghum cultivars.
(...) These viruses are separable based on symptom expression in sorghum and oat. JGMV, alone infects oat. Strains within MDMV and JGMV react uniformly in sorghum. SCMV strains differ in reactions on… Expand
Recent studies on white leaf and grassy shoot phytoplasmas of sugarcane.
Confirmation that the Sugarcane Mosaic Virus Subgroup Consists of Four Distinct Potyviruses by Using Peptide Profiles of Coat Proteins
The taxonomic status of sugarcane mosaic virus (SCMV) strains reported from various parts of the world has been uncertain. Previous analyses of 17 SCMV strains with virus-specific polyclonal… Expand