Raul Rivera-García

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Bronchogenic carcinoma is the leading cause of cancer death, and the overall prognosis remains poor. Imaging plays a critical role in the initial staging and follow-up of the disease. Bronchogenic carcinoma is typically detected first on chest radiography but computed tomography (CT) scan is the most important imaging technique, providing both staging(More)
Climate change, habitat loss, and harvesting are potential drivers of species extinction. These factors are unlikely to act on isolation, but their combined effects are poorly understood. We explored these effects in Catopsis compacta, an epiphytic bromeliad commercially harvested in Oaxaca, Mexico. We analyzed local climate change projections, the dynamics(More)
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