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Symposium on time related factors in cancer epidemiology bethesda maryland usa april 15 17 1985

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Park, K., 1998: Monograph of Euphorbia sect. tithymalopsis (Euphorbiaceae). Euphorbia sect. Tithymalopsis (Euphorbiaceae) comprises seven species of herbaceous perennials restricted to the south-eastern USA. The species of sect. Tithymalopsis are united and distinguished from other sections in Euphorbia by having a thick...

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Pook, C.E.; Wuster, W.; Thorpe, R.S., 2000: Historical biogeography of the Western Rattlesnake , inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequence information. We infer the phylogeography of the Western Rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis) using phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial DNA sequences from 1345 bp of the genes for cytochrome b and NADH dehydrogenase subunit 4. Two main clades are revealed: one inc...

Loreto, V.; Gravino, P.; Servedio, V.D.P.; Tria, F., 2016: On the Emergence of Syntactic Structures: Quantifying and Modeling Duality of Patterning. The complex organization of syntax in hierarchical structures is one of the core design features of human language. Duality of patterning refers, for instance, to the organization of the meaningful elements in a language at two distinct levels: a...

Russell, K.L.; Kutchko, K.M.; Fowler, S.C.; Berman, N.E.J.; Levant, B., 2012: Sensorimotor behavioral tests for use in a juvenile rat model of traumatic brain injury: assessment of sex differences. Modeling juvenile traumatic brain injury (TBI) in rodents presents several unique challenges compared to adult TBI, one of which is selecting appropriate sensorimotor behavioral tasks that enable the assessment of the extent of injury and recovery...