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  • 1
    Language: English
    In: Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin, 1 October 1996, Vol.91(384/385), pp.10-23
    Keywords: Visual Arts;
    ISSN: 00317314
    E-ISSN: 23307382
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  • 2
    Language: English
    In: Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin, 1 October 1996, Vol.91(384/385), pp.35-42
    Keywords: Visual Arts;
    ISSN: 00317314
    E-ISSN: 23307382
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  • 3
    Language: English
    In: Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin, 1 October 1996, Vol.91(384/385), pp.5-9
    Keywords: Visual Arts;
    ISSN: 00317314
    E-ISSN: 23307382
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  • 4
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    Lilburn, GA: Fairmont Press ; Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Fairmont Press
    Description: 480 p.
    Description: Includes index
    Keywords: Electric Lighting
    ISBN: 0130407267
    ISBN: 9780130407269
    ISBN: 0881730602
    ISBN: 9780881730609
    ISBN: 0137428006
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  • 5
    Language: English
    In: Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin, 1 October 1989, Vol.85(363/364), pp.1-45
    Keywords: Visual Arts;
    ISSN: 00317314
    E-ISSN: 23307382
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  • 6
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    Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art
    Description: xxii, 266 p.
    Description: Published to accompany an exhibition held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Oct. 10, 1999 to Jun. 2, 2000
    Description: Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-260) and index
    Keywords: Art, Colonial--Delaware River Valley (N.Y.-Del. And N.J.)--Exhibitions ; Art, American--Delaware River Valley (N.Y.-Del. And N.J.)--Exhibitions ; Art, Colonial--Pennsylvania--Exhibitions ; Art, American--Pennsylvania--Exhibitions
    ISBN: 0876331290
    ISBN: 9780876331293
    ISBN: 0876331304
    ISBN: 9780876331309
    Source: HathiTrust
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  • 7
    Language: English
    In: Environmental entomology, December 2007, Vol.36(6), pp.1356-64
    Description: The classical biological control program for exotic saltcedars (various Tamarix species and hybrids) has involved the assessment of different populations of the leaf beetle Diorhabda elongata (Brullé) s.l. that are promising for release in areas of North America that are located south of 37 degrees N latitude. We report here the overwintering survival, phenology, and voltinism of four D. elongata populations (Tunisia, Crete, Uzbekistan, and Turpan) in eastcentral Texas. In addition, we studied their developmental and reproductive biology, which also included the previously released population from Fukang, China. Overwintering survival of the adult beetles of the Crete and Tunisia populations was 90-99 and 75%, respectively. The Uzbekistan and Turpan beetles had 〈31% overwintering survival. All D. elongata populations began ovipositing in late March. The Turpan beetle may produce three summer generations and ceased oviposition by September. The Crete beetle produced four summer generations plus a partial fifth generation and ceased ovipositing by mid-October. Both the Tunisia and Uzbekistan beetles produced five summer generations plus an unsuccessful partial sixth generation; oviposition extended into late November. Larval development and survival were generally similar among D. elongata populations. The Turpan and Fukang beetles had a shorter preoviposition period and produced more but smaller egg masses than the other beetle populations. However, this did not alter a female's lifetime fecundity and generally did not affect the innate capacity for increase compared with other populations. The Crete beetle seems to be the most promising for release in central Texas and points further south.
    Keywords: Seasons ; Coleoptera -- Physiology ; Reproduction -- Physiology
    ISSN: 0046-225X
    E-ISSN: 19382936
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  • 8
    Language: English
    In: Journal of nutrition, 2010, Vol.140(3), pp.477-482
    Description: Although mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) and satellite cells are essential for postnatal muscle and bone development and phosphate (PO₄) restriction reduces both muscle and skeletal tissue growth, no research to our knowledge has investigated the possible mechanism by which this mineral may affect early cell programming. Twenty piglets obtained at 1 d of age (1.8 ± 0.3 kg) received either a PO₄-adequate diet or a 25% less PO₄-available diet over a 15-d trial. Feed intake and body weight were recorded daily and blood samples collected every 5 d. After 15 d, pigs were given an intraperitoneal injection of bromodeoxyuridine 4 h prior to tissue collection. As expected, PO₄ deficiency resulted in reduced growth (P 〈 0.05), feed conversion efficiency (P 〈 0.05), and bone mineral content (P 〈 0.05), as well as lower plasma concentrations of both PO₄ (P 〈 0.01) and parathyroid hormone (P 〈 0.05). In addition to these classical indicators of PO₄ deficiency, there was also reduced proliferation of both MSC (P 〈 0.01) and satellite cells (P 〈 0.05) in vivo. The expression of osteocalcin mRNA in bone marrow was also 2-fold greater (P 〈 0.01) within the PO₄-adequate treatment group. These data indicate that in addition to reductions in muscle and bone growth, dietary PO₄ affects proliferation of tissue-specific stem cells in vivo. Nutritional programming of tissue-specific stem cells by dietary PO₄ may have profound implications for life-long growth potential. ; Includes references ; p. 477-482.
    Keywords: Piglets ; Cell Proliferation ; Stem Cells ; Neonates ; Dietary Minerals ; Animal Models ; Gene Expression ; Growth And Development ; Phosphates ; Nutrient Deficiencies ; Cell Physiology
    ISSN: 0022-3166
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  • 9
    In: Journal of Mammalogy, 2017, Vol. 98(5), pp.1310-1329
    Description: An allopatric population of big-eared climbing rats ( Ototylomys ) from the Northern Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico, is described as a new species. The new taxon is part of a unique montane rainforest community that includes several other endemic species in the limited geographic range between the Río Grijalva and the Central Depression of Chiapas. Several cranial, external, and molecular characters distinguish this new species of big-eared climbing rat from its more widely distributed congener, Ototylomys phyllotis . We performed principal component and discriminate function analyses of cranial measurements, and found that specimens of the new species consistently could be distinguished from other Ototylomys with strong statistical support. Compared with exemplars of Ototylomys from elsewhere in their range, the new species possesses a karyotype that differs by 3 additional biarmed chromosome pairs, is fixed or nearly fixed for distinct electromorphs at 12 allozyme loci, and the mean genetic distance exceeds 14%, based on comparisons of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene between the new species of Ototylomys and representatives of O. phyllotis . The restricted distribution in montane karst rainforest suggests that the species and its habitat may be a matter of conservation concern. Una población alopátrica de rata orejuda trepadora ( Ototylomys ) de las Tierras Altas del Norte de Chiapas, México se describe como una nueva especie. El nuevo taxón es parte de una comunidad única de bosque lluvioso montano que incluye varias especies endémicas en el área de distribución geográfica limitada entre el Río Grijalva y la Depresión Central de Chiapas. Varios caracteres craneales, externos, y moleculares distinguen la nueva rata orejuda trepadora de su congénere más ampliamente distribuido, Ototylomys phyllotis . Se realizaron análisis de componentes principales y de función discriminante de los caracteres craneales, y se encontró que los especímenes de La Pera fueron consistentemente distinguidos de otros Ototylomys con un fuerte soporte estadístico. En comparación con ejemplares de Ototylomys del rango, la nueva especie posee un cariotipo que difiere por 3 pares adicionales de cromosomas biarmados, está fijo o casi fijo por distintos electromorfos en 12 loci alozímicos. Adicionalmente, la media de la distancia genética comparada del gen mitochondrial citocromo b entre la nueva especie de Ototylomys y representantes de O. phyllotis , excede el 14%. La distribución restringida en el bosque lluvioso montano kárstico sugiere que la especie y su hábitat pueden ser de importancia para la conservación.
    Keywords: Big - Eared Climbing Rat ; Chiapas ; El Pozo ; La Pera ; Mexico ; 〈Kwd〉 〈Italic Toggle="Yes"〉Ototylomys〈/Italic〉 〈/Kwd〉 ; Tylomyinae ; Tylomyini
    ISSN: 0022-2372
    E-ISSN: 1545-1542
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  • 10
    In: The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 2010, Vol.198(2), pp.154-158
    Description: Deficits in attention are a stable feature of schizophrenia and likely to interfere with social function. In this study, we explored whether 2 types of attentional dysfunction, increasingly variable and declining reaction times over the course of a continuous performance task, were linked to psychosocial deficits. Participants were 102 adults with schizophrenia spectrum disorders in ongoing outpatient treatment. Concurrent assessments included the Connersʼ Continuous Performance Test II, the Inventory of Interpersonal Problems, and the Ways of Coping Questionnaire. Analysis of covariance controlling for global performance on the Continuous Performance test suggested that participants with a pattern of increasingly variable performance on the task (n = 14) reported being more domineering and taken advantage of socially, than those whose performance was less variable (n = 88). No differences were found between groups for assessments of coping or between participants who showed a declining vs non-declining reaction time.
    Keywords: Schizophrenia ; Studies ; Medical Treatment ; Visual Task Performance;
    ISSN: 0022-3018
    E-ISSN: 1539736X
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