T. J. Reynolds

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6 litters of Octodon degus were studied from birth to 10 days of age. Newly-born degus (mean weight 14.6 g) had open eyes, upper and lower pigment, fur, and teeth. Within 3-4 hours of birth they were able to walk supporting their full weight, right themselves rapidly, sit upright on their haunches, or rear upright with support, and vocalize. By the 1st or(More)
To appreciate the contribution of oral and post-absorptive factors in the control of schedule-induced polydipsia (SIP), body fluid balance was determined at various times into the 4 hr session. Although dehydrated at the start of the session, rats quickly returned to normal balance which was maintained, despite excessive intake, by a brisk water diuresis.(More)
required to think at two completely different levels of concern. We therefore advocate a fine-grained approach to parallelism and special-purpose hardware to support it. In particular we propose direct support for parallel reduction of SK-combinator graphs. Special-purpose serial hardware has been designed for the support of SK-combinator graph reduction(More)
T.J.Reynolds, M.E.Waite and F.Z.Ieromnimon Department of Computer Science, University of Essex, Colchester CO4 3SQ, UK telephone +44 206 872680 email [reynt, waitm, ierof]@essex.ac.uk Abstract The PACE architecture exploits the potential for fine-grained parallelism in the execution of functional languages. It is an extensible, distributed memory,(More)