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Bakhle Y S - - 1974
1 A questionnaire was sent to 150 departments employing pharmacologists including all those academic departments teaching pharmacology, in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and all industrial firms and research institutes engaged in pharmacological (27) and toxicological (38) work. All questionnaires were completed. The returns refer to the situation on 1st ...
Fixsen D L - - 1972
The reliability of the boys reporting their own behavior of their peers was measured in two experiments at Achievement Place, a community based, family style, behavior modification program for delinquents based on a token (point) economy. The results of these experiments indicated that; (a) the boys were not "naturally" reliable ...
Fleischer R C - - 1983
Several reports have shown that greater heterozygosity (both between individuals and between populations) is associated with lower morphological variance and asymmetry. Most previous work concerned poikilothermic organisms (for example, fish, butterflies, lizards, shellfish, salamanders and plants). Reports concerning two homoiotherms gave conflicting results. The report by Handford on a songbird, ...
Lamberth P G - - 2001
Antarctic tourism is flourishing, but Antarctic cruises are often more physically demanding than typical "tropical" cruises. An 82-year-old Antarctic tourist died of probable septic shock secondary to lower respiratory tract infection six days after sustaining a suspected vertebral fracture in a minor fall from an inflatable boat. This case highlights ...
Ehrlich R - - 1966
Quantitative studies were conducted to evaluate the efficiency of the slit sampler in collecting airborne Serratia marcescens and Bacillus subtilis var. niger, and to compare it with the collecting efficiency of the all-glass impinger AGI-30. The slit sampler was approximately 50% less efficient than the AGI-30. This ratio remained the ...
MATTINGLY P F - - 1962
The author reviews the growing body of evidence that urban populations of Culex pipiens fatigans have increased extensively during recent years in both Africa and Asia. Two main factors seem to be responsible-the spread of urbanization, providing favourable habitats for this essentially urban mosquito; and the increasing use of residual ...
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