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Unisexual sperm-dependent species depend on a sexual host for reproduction, and must live in sympatry with their sperm donor. If niche overlap between the species is substantial, the intrinsic faster population growth of the unisexual over sexual species can cause competitive exclusion of the host from resources, causing the demise of the unisexual species.(More)
The applicability of using infrared absorption spectroscopy for an implantable glucose sensor was tested by measuring absorbance at 9.66 microns for glucose in aqueous solution at known concentrations. A commercial Fourier transform infrared spectrometer was used with an attenuated total reflection technique (ATR). Absorbance measurements were reproducible(More)
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