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Principles on the benefits of manufacturing process flexibility
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Increasing manufacturing flexibility is a key strategy for efficiently improving market responsiveness in the face of uncertain future product demand. Expand
Evolution of genes and genomes on the Drosophila phylogeny
Comparative analysis of multiple genomes in a phylogenetic framework dramatically improves the precision and sensitivity of evolutionary inference, producing more robust results than single-genomeExpand
A critical review of adaptive genetic variation in Atlantic salmon: implications for conservation
Here we critically review the scale and extent of adaptive genetic variation in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.), an important model system in evolutionary and conservation biology that providesExpand
The persistence of Pliocene populations through the Pleistocene climatic cycles: evidence from the phylogeography of an Iberian lizard
Ancient climatic fluctuations have caused changes in the demography and distribution of many species. The genetic differentiation between populations of the same species and of sister species isExpand
The role of vicariance vs. dispersal in shaping genetic patterns in ocellated lizard species in the western Mediterranean
The schism between North Africa and Southern Europe caused by the opening of the Strait of Gibraltar and the consequent refilling of the Mediterranean basin at the end of Messinian salinity crisisExpand
LOW LEVELS OF INTRASPECIFIC GENETIC VARIATION AT A RAPIDLY EVOLVING CHLOROPLAST DNA LOCUS IN NORTH AMERICAN DUCKWEEDS (LEMNACEAE)
Although most previous studies on chloroplast (cp) DNA variation in plants have concentrated on systematics and evolution above the species level, intraspecific variation in cpDNA is common and hasExpand
Drosophila chemoreceptor gene evolution: selection, specialization and genome size
Chemoperception plays a key role in adaptation and speciation in animals, and the senses of olfaction and gustation are mediated by gene families which show large variation in repertoire size amongExpand
The Great Famine: Northern Europe in the Early Fourteenth Century
List of MapsAcknowledgmentsPrologue3Pt. IA Calamity "Unheard-of Among Living Men"1The Bringers of Famine in 1315: Rain, War, God72The Harvest Failures and Animal Murrains24Pt. IIThe Economics andExpand
Chained cross-training of workers for robust performance
Training workers to perform multiple tasks can improve workforce agility for dealing with variations in workload. However, cross-training can be costly, time consuming to implement, is limited byExpand
Social parasitism by male-producing reproductive workers in a eusocial insect
The evolution of extreme cooperation, as found in eusocial insects (those with a worker caste), is potentially undermined by selfish reproduction among group members. In some eusocial HymenopteraExpand
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