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Rapidly changing life history during invasion
The fish species vendace (Coregonus albula) invaded the sub-arctic Pasvik watercourse during the second half of the 1980s, and became the dominant pelagic species in the upstream part of theExpand
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Clone- and age-dependent toxicity of a glyphosate commercial formulation and its active ingredient in Daphnia magna
Low levels of glyphosate based herbicide induced significant negative effects on the aquatic invertebrate Daphnia magna. Glyphosate herbicides such as brands of Roundup, are known to be toxic toExpand
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Professional Associations and Members' Benefits: What's in It for Me?
In this study we examine reasons that professionals become and remain members of professional associations. We looked at tangible and symbolic benefits that an association can provide to attractExpand
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Detecting rare gene transfer events in bacterial populations
Horizontal gene transfer (HGT) enables bacteria to access, share, and recombine genetic variation, resulting in genetic diversity that cannot be obtained through mutational processes alone. In mostExpand
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Daphnia magna negatively affected by chronic exposure to purified Cry-toxins.
Cry-toxin genes originating from Bacillus thuringiensis are inserted into genetically modified (GM) plants, often called Bt-plants, to provide insect resistance to pests. Significant amounts ofExpand
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Chronic Responses of Daphnia magna Under Dietary Exposure to Leaves of a Transgenic (Event MON810) Bt–Maize Hybrid and its Conventional Near-Isoline
Insect resistance is the second most common trait globally in cultivated genetically modified (GM) plants. Resistance is usually obtained by introducing into the plant’s genome genes from theExpand
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Engineering and governmental challenge: 7-day/24-hour chronobiologic blood pressure and heart rate screening: Part II.
This review provides evidence that the bioengineering community needs to develop cost-effective, fully unobtrusive, truly ambulatory instrumentation for the surveillance of blood pressure and heartExpand
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Engineering and governmental challenge: 7-day/24-hour chronobiologic blood pressure and heart rate screening: Part I.
This review provides evidence that the bioengineering community needs to develop cost-effective, fully unobtrusive, truly ambulatory instrumentation for the surveillance of blood pressure and heartExpand
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Assessing the Probability of Detection of Horizontal Gene Transfer Events in Bacterial Populations
Experimental approaches to identify horizontal gene transfer (HGT) events of non-mobile DNA in bacteria have typically relied on detection of the initial transformants or their immediate offspring.Expand
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Glyphosate-Residues in Roundup-Ready Soybean Impair Daphnia magna Life-Cycle
Herbicide tolerant plants such as Roundup-Ready soybean contain residues of glyphosate herbicide. These residues are considered safe and previous animal-feeding-studies have failed to find negativeExpand
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