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Taxonomic revision and biogeography of the Tamarix -feeding Diorhabda elongata (Brullé, 1832) species group (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae: Galerucini) and analysis of their potential in
The primarily Palearctic Diorhabda elongata species group is established for five Tamarix-feeding sibling species(tamarisk beetles): D. elongata (Brulle, 1832), D. carinata (Faldermann, 1837), D.Expand
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Biology of Diorhabda elongata deserticola (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), an Asian leaf beetle for biological control of saltcedars (Tamarix spp.) in the United States
Adults and larvae of Diorhabda elongata Brullsubspecies deserticola Chen feed on the foliage of saltcedars (Tamarix spp.). All three instars are black, the 2nd with an indistinct, and the 3rd with aExpand
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Renal Involvement in Tuberous Sclerosis
TSC in the kidney is expressed principally as renal cysts and angiomyolipomas. Both abnormalities may occur separately or together, and both are commonly multiple and bilateral. Cystic disease isExpand
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The renal lesions of tuberous sclerosis.
Renal involvement in the tuberous sclerosis complex includes angiomyolipomas, cysts, and carcinomas. Angiomyolipomas, despite a sometimes frightening histopathologic appearance, are benign. CysticExpand
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Phytophagous and Pollinating Insect Fauna of Baccharis neglecta (Compositae) in Texas
Phytophagous insects representing seven orders, 38 families, and 91 species, 19% of which were economic pests of crops, fed on Baccharis neglecta Britt. (Compositae) in Texas. About 58% of theExpand
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Predictors of recurrence and survival of patients with breast cancer.
In this study, the characteristics of 646 patient's primary breast carcinomas, including histologic grade (HG), nuclear grade (NG), mitotic grade (MG), final grade (FG), estrogen receptor (E2R)Expand
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First results for control of saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) in the open field in the western United States.
C. Jack DeLoach,1 Raymond I. Carruthers,2 Tom L. Dudley,3 Debra Eberts,4 David J. Kazmer,5 Allen E. Knutson,6 Daniel W. Bean,7 Jeff Knight,8 Phil A. Lewis,9 Lindsey R. Milbrath,1 James L. Tracy,1Expand
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Cytogenetic studies of human brain tumors and their clinical significance
Four medulloblastomas were studied cytogenetically with clinical follow-up of the patients. Three of these lesions were diploid and the patients manifested no recurrence at 40, 37 and 36 monthsExpand
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Necrobiotic xanthogranuloma with myocardial lesions and nodular transformation of the liver.
A 73-year-old woman with a history of necrobiotic xanthogranuloma (NXG) with paraproteinemia died suddenly while hospitalized for bronchitis and congestive heart failure. At postmortem examination,Expand
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Theory and Research on Today's "New Religions"
A number ofanalyticalperspectives have been developed to explain the upsurge ofdeviant religious movements and heightened spiritual f erment. These include secularization, crisis of community, valueExpand
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