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Edmunds, W. J.; Yool, A.
Citation
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 1997, 12, 5, pp 194
Abstract

In order to examine the subfamily Rhipicephalinae phylogenetically, the 3′ end of the 12S rRNA gene was used to: (a) test monophyly of the Rhipicephalinae with respect to the Hyalomminae with a wider range of species than has been used previously; (b) test monophyly of the Hyalomminae; (c) test...

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Murrell, A.; Campbell, N. J. H.; Barker, S. C.
Citation
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 1999, 12, 1, pp 83-86
Abstract

An attempt was made to ameliorate the negative effect of the large evolutionary rate differences displayed by 18S ribosomal DNA (rDNA) studies, by analysing only taxa with the slowest evolving 18S genes and by using a maximum-likelihood framework to choose a model which best explains the data. The...

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Kim JiHee; Kim Won; Cunningham, C. W.
Citation
Molecular Biology and Evolution, 1999, 16, 3, pp 423-427
Abstract

The author responds to criticisms by J. D. Thompson [Trends in Ecology & Evolution (1991) 6, 246-249] of models for the evolution of phenotypic plasticity developed by herself and R. Lande [Evolution (1985) 39, 505-522]. The main point of dispute was the assumption that plasticity is a function ...

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Via, S.
Citation
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 1992, 7, 2, pp 63
Abstract

The trade-off between consistency and efficiency in choosing between parsimony and model-based methods of phylogeny is highlighted in a response to correspondence between C. B. Stewart [Nature (London) (1993) 361, 603-607 and Nature (London) (1994) 367, 26-27] and A. Sidow [Nature (London) (1994) ...

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Hills, D. M.; Huelsenbeck, J. P.; Swofford, D. L.
Citation
Nature (London), 1994, 369, 6479, pp 363-364
Abstract

Tr. foetus grown anaerobically produce 9-11 ml. of hydrogen per 50 ml. culture medium.
The hydrogen evolution depended on the amount of glucose present. -JAS. G. O'SULLIVAN.

Author(s)
SUZUOKI-ZIRÔ; SUZUOKI-TUNEKO.
Publisher
Lond,
Citation
Nature, 1951, 168, pp 610
Abstract

After washing the glucose-fermented sample in buffer at 40°C., streptomycin was added to make a concentration of 0.8 m. mol. Incubation for 24 hours was followed by replacement of buffer and streptomycin for a further 24 hours. The activity of the protozoa remained unimpaired but bacteria in the...

Author(s)
HEALD, P. J.; OXFORD, A. E.; SUGDEN, B.
Publisher
Lond,
Citation
Nature, 1952, 169, pp 1055-1056
Abstract

Newcastle disease, influenza A, influenza B and swine influenza form a linear series in their capacity to be eluted from susceptible fowl erythrocytes. This has been interpreted on the hypothesis that all viruses become attached to a single series of receptors but that these receptors vary in their ...

Author(s)
BURNET, F. M.
Citation
Australian Journal of Science, 1945, 8, pp 81-83

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