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Loss of intraspecific aggression in the success of a widespread invasive social insect
Despite the innumerable ecological problems and large economic costs associated with biological invasions, the proximate causes of invasion success are often poorly understood. Here, evidence isExpand
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Animal behavior: an essential component of invasion biology.
  • Holway, Suárez
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Trends in ecology & evolution
  • 1 August 1999
A major challenge of invasion biology lies in the development of a predictive understanding of invasion processes. Attempts to identify the proximate causes of invasion success or to predict rates ofExpand
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On the Cause of the 1930 s Dust Bowl
During the 1930s, the United States experienced one of the most devastating droughts of the past century. The drought affected almost two-thirds of the country and parts of Mexico and Canada and wasExpand
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Reply from D.A. Holway and A.V. Suarez.
  • Holway, Suárez
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Trends in ecology & evolution
  • 1 December 1999
We are pleased that McGlynn agrees with the main point of our TREE Perspective article1xHolway, D.A. and Suarez, A.V. Trends Ecol. Evol. 1999; 14: 328–330Abstract | Full Text | Full Text PDF | PubMedExpand
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Direct measurements of the transport of nonequilibrium electrons in gold films with different crystal structures.
The transport of femtosecond-laser-excited nonequilibrium electrons across polycrystalline and single-crystalline gold films has been investigated through time-of-flight measurements. The thicknessesExpand
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Mycoflora of milk after several types of pasteurization
A study of the mycoflora in 143 samples of milk , following a serie of laboratory pastcurization treatments (63 °C/30 min, 72 °C/ 15 sec, 76 °C/ 15 sec, 80 °C/ 15 sec) and industrial pasteurizationExpand
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Nodular erythema elevatum diutinum in an HIV‐1 infected woman: response to dapsone and antiretroviral therapy
combination of the protease inhibitor ritonavir 200 mg four times a day plus lamivudine 150 mg twice daily. The results of achieving tolerable, effective therapy were dramatic. Within 1 month she wasExpand
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Dynamics of photoexcited carrier relaxation in C60 films.
The relaxation of photoexcited carriers in solid C 60 films has been investigated through the measurement of their time-resolved transmissivity. A nonexponential temporal relaxation approaches anExpand
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AFFECT A CORE POPULATION OF CANTABRIAN CAPERCAILLIE TETRAO UROGALLUS CANTABRICUS ? THE CASE OF THE NATURAL RESERVE OF MUNIELLOS ( ASTURIAS , NW SPAIN )
—Do disturbances in surrounding areas affect a core population of Cantabrian Capercaillie Tetrao urogallus cantabricus? The case of the Natural Reserve of Muniellos (Asturias, NW Spain). Aims: TheExpand
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