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The amplified fragment-length polymorphism (AFLP) technology is a recently introduced method to investigate genomes of different complexity, from microbial to higher organisms. It is applied to purposes as diverse as identification of species, strain and varieties, investigation of genetic diversity within and between populations, simple and complex trait(More)
The amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) technique has been increasingly employed for characterizing inbred breeds of animals and detecting strain-specific polymorphisms. The majority of animals studies conducted in biomedical research are performed on rodent species, among which laboratory-reared Mongolian gerbils can be included. Despite the wide(More)
In this paper, based on the analysis of a long-term energy balance monitoring programme, a Bowen ratio-based method (BR) was proposed to resolve the lack of closure of the eddy covariance technique to obtain reliable sensible (H) and latent heat fluxes (λE). Evapotranspiration (ET) values determined from the BR method (ETc,corr) were compared with the(More)
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