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Canine Distemper Virus in a Wild far Eastern Leopard (Panthera Pardus Orientalis)

9 de julio de 2018

The critically endangered population of Far Eastern leopards (Panthera pardus orientalis) may number as few as 60 individuals and is at risk from stochastic processes such as infectious disease. During May 2015, a case of canine distemper virus (CDV) was diagnosed in a wild leopard exhibiting severe neurologic disease in the Russian territory of Primorskii Krai. Amplified sequences of the CDV hema...

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A Synopsis of the Liverwort Flora of North America North of Mexico

9 de julio de 2018

A phylogenetic arrangement of the 130 liverwort genera, comprising 582 species, that occur in North America north of Mexico is followed by an alphabetical synopsis of genera, species, subspecies, and varieties currently recognized. The treatment of each taxon includes pertinent synonyms, excluded names, and explanatory comments regarding currently accepted changes in taxon names and authors. Such ...

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Simulating the interaction among initial stand density and water and nutrient flows to understand the development of Pinus sylvestris and Fagus sylvatica mixedwoods under climate change

2 de julio de 2018

Management of mixed forest has become an adaptation strategy to reduce the risks related to climate change. At the same time, ecological models can be a useful tool for studying the growth and productivity of these stands. This work introduces an assessment of the capacity of the 'FORECAST Climate' hybrid model to simulate water stress and productivity in mixed Scots pine and beech forests in Nava...

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Impact of global warming on the distribution and survival of the Spanish fir (Serranía de Ronda, Southern Spain)

2 de julio de 2018

After of retreat of the Quaternary glaciers, the firs retreated towards the north or ascended towards the mountains. The Spanish fir (Abies pinsapo. Boiss) is a relict and endemic fir species of the Serranía de Ronda (western part of the Baetic Mountain Range, Southern Spain), and one of the most southern relics of the temperate-boreal conifer forests. In this paper, we projected the effects of g...

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Widening control of fin inter-rays in zebrafish and inferences about actinopterygian fins.

2 de julio de 2018

The amputation of a teleost fin rapidly triggers an intricate maze of hierarchically regulated signalling processes which ultimately reconstruct the diverse tissues of the appendage. Whereas the generation of the fin pattern along the proximodistal axis brings with it several well-known developmental regulators, the mechanisms by which the fin widens along its dorsoventral axis remain poorly under...

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