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Going deeper with convolutions

We propose a deep convolutional neural network architecture codenamed Inception that achieves the new state of the art for classification and detection in the ImageNet Large-Scale Visual Recognition Challenge 2014 (ILSVRC14). The main hallmark of this...

A Time-Series Analysis of Self-Employment in the United States

In the early 1970s the proportion of the nonagricultural labor force self-employed in the United States ceased its downward trend and has been rising ever since. This study provides an analysis of the causes of this change. A general-equilibrium model...

Why Strict Churches Are Strong

The strength of strict churches is neither a historical coincidence nor a statistical artifact. Strictness makes organizations stronger and more attractive because it reduces free riding. It screens out members who lack commitment and stimulates participation...

Clinical periodontology and implant dentistry

Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry 6ed - Libros de Medicina - Periodoncia - 252,00

On the Microfoundations of Macrosociology

Detailed microsociological studies of everyday life activity raise the challenge of making macrosociological concepts fully empirical by traslating them into aggregates of micro-events. Micro-evidence and theoretical critiques indicate that human cognitive...

Beyond Rational Choice: The Social Dynamics of How People Seek Help

A classic problem common to sociology and other social sciences revolves around how people make decisions. Some recent approaches start with and revise an individually focused, rational action framework. While this orientation to building transdisciplinary,...

Brands as symbolic resources for the construction of identity

The search for self-identity is a key determinant of postmodern consumption so it is essential for marketers to understand the concept and dynamics of self, the symbolic meaning of goods and the role played by brands. Building from the concept of advertising...

Randomized Assessment of Rapid Endovascular Treatment of Ischemic Stroke

Background Among patients with a proximal vessel occlusion in the anterior circulation, 60 to 80% of patients die within 90 days after stroke onset or do not regain functional independence despite alteplase treatment. We evaluated rapid endovascular treatment...

Erratum: SOAPdenovo2: an empirically improved memory-efficient short-read de novo assembler

Ruibang Luo, Xie Ym, Zhenyu Li, Jianying Yuan, Guangzhu He, Yanxiang Chen, Qi Pan, Yunjie Liu, Jingbo Tang, Gengxiong Wu, Hao Zhang, Yujian Shi, Yong Liu, Chang Yu, Bo Wang, Yao Lu, Changlei Han, David W. Cheung, Siu-Ming Yiu, Shaoliang Peng, Zhu Xiao-qian, Guangming Liu, Xiangke Liao, Yingrui Li, Huanming Yang, Jian Wang, Tak-Wah Lam, Jun Wang

The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT): validation of a screening instrument for use in medical settings.

Objective: The concurrent, construct, and discriminant validity of the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) were evaluated. AUDIT consists of a 10-item Core questionnaire and an 8-item Clinical procedure. AUDIT was designed to identify hazardous...

Situational Crime Prevention

Situational prevention seeks to reduce opportunities for specific categories of crime by increasing the associated risks and difficulties and reducing the rewards. It is composed of three main elements: an articulated theoretical framework, a standard...

The Costs of Reproduction and Their Consequences

This paper identifies the effects of different types of reproductive cost on the pattern of life histories. By reproductive cost I mean the generally deleterious effect of present reproduction on future survival or fecundity or both. My approach is first...

With an Eye on the Mathematical Horizon: Dilemmas of Teaching Elementary School Mathematics.

Ideas like "understanding," "authenticity," and "community" are central in current debates about curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Many believe that teaching and learning would be improved if classrooms were organized to engage students in authentic...

PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF HABITAT SELECTION

By determining the microclimates that an animal experiences, habitats influence an animal's physiological capacities and ultimately its demographic and ecological performance. As a result, the ecology of organisms-especially of ectotherms-can be profoundly...

Rutter's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Rutter's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is the leading textbook in its field. Both interdisciplinary and international, it provides a coherent appraisal of the current state of the field to help researchers, trainees and practicing clinicians in their...

The Mathematical Understandings That Prospective Teachers Bring to Teacher Education

This article focuses on the subject matter knowledge of preservice elementary and secondary mathematics teachers. In order to examine what teacher candidates understand about mathematics as they enter formal teacher education, results from questionnaires...

Evolutionary Social Psychology

This article is reproduced from the previous edition, volume 7, pp. 5022–5024, © 2001, Elsevier Ltd.

Concerted Evolution of Repetitive DNA Sequences in Eukaryotes

A large fraction, sometimes the largest fraction, of a eukaryotic genome consists of repeated DNA sequences. Copy numbers range from several thousand to millions per diploid genome. All classes of repetitive DNA sequences examined to date exhibit apparently...

Identifying the Effect of Unemployment on Crime

In this paper, we analyze the relationship between unemployment and crime. Using U.S. state data, we estimate the effect of unemployment on the rates of seven felony offenses. We control extensively for state-level demographic and economic factors and...

An Improved Method for Isolating Type II Cells in High Yield and Purity1–3

A method has been developed for isolating alveolar type II cells by digesting lung tissue with elastase and “panning” the resultant cell suspension on plates coated with IgG. This method provides both high yield and purity of type II cells. In 50...

Maintenance of High Diversity in Coral Reef Fish Communities

Data have been drawn together to demonstrate that reef fishes by and large are food and habitat generalists with a large amount of overlap in requirements among coexisting species. Suitable living space is the resource most likely to be in short supply...

Primate Communication and the Gestural Origin of Language

Wallace, Tylor, Wundt, Johannesson, and others have proposed that human language had its basis in hand and arm gestures. The Gardners' work with the chimpanzee Washoe, Premack's study of the chimpanzee Sarah, and continuing experiments along these lines...

School as a Context of Early Adolescents' Academic and Social-Emotional Development: A Summary of Research Findings

Successful youth development during adolescence is an intergenerational process, one in which youth are responsible for being open to and taking advantage of new experiences, and adults are responsible for providing youth with nourishing, growth-enhancing...

Institutional Completeness of Ethnic Communities and the Personal Relations of Immigrants

This study focuses on the direction of the interpersonal relations of immigrants. The immigrant can become interpersonally integrated within the "native" community, within his ethnic community, or within a group of immigrants of an ethnicity other than...

Family Structure and the Reproduction of Poverty

Recent analysts have argued that the female-headed family is responsible for the growth of an "underclass" in America. This study uses longitudinal data taken from the Michigan Panel Study of Income Dynamics to address the questions whether and why offspring...

Repetitive and Non-Repetitive DNA Sequences and a Speculation on the Origins of Evolutionary Novelty

Recent experimental information on DNA sequence repetition is reviewed, and the significance of both repetitive and non-repetitive sequence considered. Included are a summary of data on the distribution of genome sizes in animals, new experiments on interspecific...

Secondary School Tracking and Educational Inequality: Compensation, Reinforcement, or Neutrality?

This article examines the effects of academic tracking in secondary schools on educational stratification and considers how that tracking may affect levels and dispersions of academic achievement and high school graduation rates among social groups. Data...

Insiders and Outsiders: A Chapter in the Sociology of Knowledge

The social relevance of perspective established in the sociology of knowledge becomes evident during times of great social change and conflict. Conflict makes for a total functionalizing of thought which is interpreted only in terms of its alleged social,...

The Criminal Career Paradigm

Criminal careers have long occupied the imaginations of criminologists. Since the 1986 publication of the National Academy of Sciences report on criminal careers and career criminals, a variety of theoretical, empirical, and policy issues have surfaced....

Reference Groups as Perspectives

In spite of ambiguity, reference group has become an increasingly popular concept, utilized in hypotheses concerning a variety of social pehnomena. The restriction of this concepts to a single referent, namely, group whose perspective is used as a frame...

Association Between Decline in Brain Dopamine Activity With Age and Cognitive and Motor Impairment in Healthy Individuals

Objective: Although it is documented that brain dopamine activity declines with age, the functional significance of this is not known. This study assessed the relation between measures of brain dopamine activity and indexes of motor and cognitive function...

Comparative Politics and Public Finance

We propose a model with micropolitical foundations to contrast different political regimes. Compared to a parliamentary regime, the institutions of a presidential‐congressional regime produce fewer incentives for legislative cohesion but more separation...

Differential Interpretation of Public Signals and Trade in Speculative Markets

Most models of trade in speculative markets assume that agents interpret public information identically. We provide empirical evidence on the relation between the volume of trade and stock returns around public announcements, and we argue that the evidence...

Experimental Pulmonary Edema due to Intermittent Positive Pressure Ventilation with High Inflation Pressures. Protection by Positive End-Expiratory Pressure1–4

We used a small animal respirator to ventilate normal, anesthetized rats with room air at peak inspiratory pressures of 14, 30, or 45 cm H2O and no added end-expiratory pressures (intermittent positive pressure breathing [IPPB] 14/0,...

Reform without Losers: An Interpretation of China's Dual‐Track Approach to Transition

We develop a simple model to analyse the ‘dual-track’ approach to transition to a market economy as a mechanism for implementing efficient Pareto-improving economic reform, that is, reform achieving efficiency without creating losers. The approach,...

Friendships among Competitors in the Sydney Hotel Industry1

Friendships with competitors can improve the performance of organizations through the mechanisms of enhanced collaboration, mitigated competition, and better information exchange. Moreover, these benefits are best achieved when competing managers are...

The Dawn of Darwinian Medicine

While evolution by natural selection has long been a foundation for biomedical science, it has recently gained new power to explain many aspects of disease. This progress results largely from the disciplined application of what has been called the adaptationist...

The Teaching of Science as Inquiry

From the book The Teaching of science which contains : The teaching of science as enquiry, by Joseph J. Schwab, and Elements in a strategy for teaching science in the elementary school, by Paul F. Brandwein. (http://www.hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?recid=30721)

Fully convolutional networks for semantic segmentation

Convolutional networks are powerful visual models that yield hierarchies of features. We show that convolutional networks by themselves, trained end-to-end, pixels-to-pixels, exceed the state-of-the-art in semantic segmentation. Our key insight is to...

Classification and Environmental Significance of Algal Stromatolites

Stromatolites are laminated structures that have been previously termed fossil algae. It is now recognized that such structures may be formed by a number of different processes and organisms. Recognizable algal stromatolites are more validly treated as...

More on Reproductive Strategies in Marine Benthic Invertebrates

To test the robustness of earlier models of reproduction in marine benthic invertebrates, additional models whose assumptions differ from the earlier ones are constructed and analyzed. The primary difference is the introduction of the possibility of starvation...

Sex, Marital Status, and Mortality

This paper explores the relationship between marital status and mortality for both men and women. It is shown that, controlling for age, the married have lower mortality rates than the single, the widowed, or the divorced and that the differences between...

Reflections on: "A general role for adaptations in G-Proteins and the cyclic AMP system in mediating the chronic actions of morphine and cocaine on neuronal function".

Previous studies have shown that chronic morphine increases levels of the G-protein subunits G iα and G oα , adenylate cyclase, cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase, and certain phosphoproteins in the rat locus coeruleus, but not in several other brain...

Student Mobility and the Increased Risk of High School Dropout

A variety of evidence suggests that students in the United States change schools frequently. But there has been relatively little research that examines the educational consequences of student mobility. This study examined the incidence of student mobility...

Specifying the Relationship Between Social Ties and Activism

Much empirical work in the social-movements literature has focused on the role of social ties in movement recruitment. Yet these studies have been plagued by a troubling theoretical and empirical imprecision. This imprecision stems from three sources....

"Overeducation" in the Labor Market

This article examines the reasons for the observed discrepancy between workers' actual and required levels of schooling and the resulting differences in returns to schooling. "Overeducated" workers are found to be younger and to have lower amounts of...

Genenames.org: the HGNC resources in 2015

The HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC) aims to assign a unique gene symbol and name to every human gene. The HGNC database currently contains almost 30 000 approved gene symbols, over 19 000 of which represent protein-coding genes. The public website,...

The Reproductive Ecology of the House Mouse

This paper attempts to integrate the physiological and ecological perspectives of the reproductive biology of the house mouse (Mus musculus). The endeavor is made within a larger context to provide a prototype for mammalian reproductive ecology in general....

A Study in Rock-Weathering

Four districts furnished samples for a study in rock-weathering. Mineralogical data and fourteen new chemical analyses are presented in tables and diagrams. The granite gneiss of Morton, Minnesota, shows a marked loss of soda and lime in early stages...

Niche Width and the Dynamics of Organizational Populations

This paper explores the effects of environmental variability and grain on the niche width of organizational populations. It develops a model of the manner in which environmental variations affect the life changes of specialist and generalist organizations....

Ecology of Deposit-Feeding Animals in Marine Sediments

Deposit-feeding animals acquire food by swallowing large volumes of sediment. Possible food sources include organic debris and sediment-associated microbes. The relative importance of these classes of food is currelty an area of active research. The idea...

Job Conditions and Personality: A Longitudinal Assessment of Their Reciprocal Effects

In earlier work, we assessed a longitudinal causal model of the reciprocal effects of the substative complexity of work and intellectual flexibility. In this paper, we greatly expand the causal model to consider sumultaneously several structural imperatives...

Using a Probabilistic Frontier Production Function to Measure Technical Efficiency

This article uses linear programming techniques to "estimate" a frontier Cobb-Douglas production function for U.S. agriculture from 1960 to 1967, using the "average farm" in each state in each year as an observation. Both deterministic and probabilistic...

Clearance concepts in pharmacokinetics

Malcolm Rowland, Leslie Z. Benet, Garry G. Graham

Global, regional, and national age-sex specific all-cause and cause-specific mortality for 240 causes of death, 1990-2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013

Up-to-date evidence on levels and trends for age-sex-specific all-cause and cause-specific mortality is essential for the formation of global, regional, and national health policies. In the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013 (GBD 2013) we estimated yearly...

CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE OF CAPTIVE MULE DEER: A SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHY1

In the past 12 years (1967–79) a syndrome we identify as chronic wasting disease has been observed in 53 mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus hemionus) and one black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus) held in captivity in several wildlife facilities...

Reputation and Efficiency in Social Interactions: An Example of Network Effects

Reputations emerge if an actor's future partners are informed on his present behavior. Reputations depend on the "embeddedness" of interactions in structures or networks of social relations. They illustrate the effects of such embeddedness on the outcomes...

Legal Environments and Organizational Governance: The Expansion of Due Process in the American Workplace

This article examines the effect of legal environments on the expansion of due process in organizational governance. Event-history analyses of personnel practices in 52 organizations show that the civil rights mandates of the 1960s created a normative...

Learning-by-Doing Spillovers in the Semiconductor Industry

The semiconductor industry is often cited as a strategic industry in part because important learning spillovers may justify special industrial policies. Using quarterly, firm-level data on seven generations of dynamic random access memory semiconductors...

The Genesis of Neural Crest and Epidermal Placodes: A Reinterpretation of Vertebrate Origins

Vertebrate body organization differs from that of other chordates in a large number of derived features that involve all organ systems. Most of these features arise embryonically from epidermal placodes, neural crest, and a muscularized hypomere. The...

Turbidity Currents Generated at River Mouths during Exceptional Discharges to the World Oceans

A marine hyperpycnal plume is a particular kind of turbidity current occurring at a river mouth when the concentration of suspended sediment is so large that the density of the river water is greater than the density of sea water. The plume can then plunge...

Sex in Public

Lauren Berlant, Michael Warner

Constructing a Market, Performing Theory: The Historical Sociology of a Financial Derivatives Exchange1

This analysis of the history of the Chicago Board Options Exchange explores the performativity of economics, a theme in economic sociology recently developed by Callon. Economics was crucial to the creation of financial derivatives exchanges: it helped...

Local Governments as Industrial Firms: An Organizational Analysis of China's Transitional Economy

Despite widespread skepticism about government ownership in transitional economies, China's rapid industrial growth has been led by public enterprises. Kornai's theory of soft budbet constraints, born of the failure of earlier Hungarian reforms, fosters...

Food Sharing Among Ache Foragers: Tests of Explanatory Hypotheses [and Comments and Reply]

This paper aims to describe and explain aspects of food sharing among Ache hunter-gatherers of eastern Paraguay. Food sharing has been widely held to be a fundamental feature of the hunting and gathering way of life and has been hypothesized to have played...

Metapopulation Structure Favors Plasticity over Local Adaptation

: We describe a model for the evolutionary consequences of plasticity in an environmentally heterogeneous metapopulation in which specialists for each of two alternative environments and one plastic type are initially present. The model is similar to...

Verbal report methods in clinical research on alcoholism: response bias and its minimization.

Verbal report procedures, such as interviews, tests and questionnaires, have become the dominant method to obtain clinical data on alcohol abuse and its modification through treatment. The extent to which this method provides reliable and valid information...

Can Markets Value Air Quality? A Meta-Analysis of Hedonic Property Value Models

This paper reports the results of a statistical summary of estimates of the marginal willingness to pay for reducing particulate matter from hedonic property value models developed between 1967 and 1988. Results from ordinary least squares and minimum...

Modern labor economics : theory and public policy

Книга Р. Эренберга и Р. Смита представляет собой учебное пособие по экономике труда, предназначенное прежде всего для студентов, начинающих...

Intergenerational Solidarity and the Structure of Adult Child‐Parent Relationships in American Families1

The authors investigate the structure of intergenerational cohesion by examining social‐psychological, structural, and transactional aspects of adult child‐parent relations. The authors use latent class analysis to develop a typology based on three...

The Social Context of Effective Schools

This article analyzes differences in the operation of school effectiveness factors in high- and low-SES effective schools. Observable differences are found on several effectiveness variables. The social context of the effective schools appears to influence...

Environmental diplomacy : negotiating more effective global agreements

Lawrence Susskind, Saleem H. Ali, Zakri Abdul Hamid

A METHOD OF ANALYSIS OF THE STABILITY OF EMBANKMENTS ASSUMING PARALLEL INTER-SLICE FORCES

Synopsis A method of analysis is described for determining the factor of safety of an embankment against failure on a cylindrical slip surface. The analysis is in terms of effectivce stress and leads to two equa-tions of equilibrium, the first in respect...

A Matter of Individuality

Biological species have been treated traditionally as spatiotemporally unrestricted classes. If they are to perform the function which they do in the evolutionary process, they must be spatiotemporally localized individuals, historical entities. Reinterpreting...

Risk and Trust in Social Exchange: An Experimental Test of a Classical Proposition

The classical exchange theorists proposed that trust is more likely to develop between partners when exchange occurs without explicit negotiations or bringing agreements. Under these conditions, the risk and uncertainty of exchange provide the opportunity...

Cambridge Geotechnical Centrifuge Operations

The Cambridge Geotechnical Centrifuge routinely tests models made of up to 0·2 m3 of soil, at accelerations up to 125g. Self-weight effects in models and in corresponding prototypes are similar within a few per cent. Seepage and diffusion...

The "Cooling-Out" Function in Higher Education

The wide gap found in many democratic institutions between culturally encouraged aspiration and institutionally provided means of achievement leads to the failure of many participants. Such a situation exists in American higher education. Certain social...

Consumer Discrimination and Self-Employment

Self-employment rates and incomes differ significantly by race. We show that these differentials arise in markets with consumer discrimination and incomplete information about the price of the good and the race of the seller. Equilibrium income distributions...

Prognosis in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease1–3

We recruited 985 patients with COPD but without hypoxemia or other serious disease, treated them in a standard fashion, and followed them closely for nearly 3 yr. At the time of recruitment the patients were carefully characterized as to symptom severity,...

The globalization reader

Хрестоматия задумана в качестве развернутого объяснения сущности процессов глобализации и их значения. При этом авторы исходят из того,...

Respiratory Muscle Strength and Maximal Voluntary Ventilation in Undernourished Patients1–3

To assess the effect of chronic debilitation on respiratory muscle function, we studied 16 poorly nourished (PN) patients without pulmonary disease, and 16 well-nourished (WN) subjects matched for age and sex. Body weight, vital capacity (VC), maximal...

The Matthew Effect in Science, II Cumulative Advantage and the Symbolism of Intellectual Property

HE SUBJECT OF THIS ESSAY is a problem in the sociology of science that has long been of interest to me. That problem, a candid friend tells me, is somewhat obscured by the formidable title assigned to it. Yet, properly deciphered, the title is not nearly...

Laws of Nature

It is a traditional empiricist doctrine that natural laws are universal truths. In order to overcome the obvious difficulties with this equation most empiricists qualify it by proposing to equate laws with universal truths that play a certain role, or...

Job Matching and Occupational Choice

This paper presents a model of job matching the generalizes the existing literature by allowing for different jobs types, or occupations. Such differences affect the value of job-specific experience, inducing a career profile where certain types are sampled...

Introduction to Wireless and Mobile Systems

Learn how wireless systems work, how mobility is supported, what the underlying infrastructure is and what interactions are needed among different functional components with INTRODUCTION TO WIRELESS AND MOBILE SYSTEMS, 4e. Focusing on qualitative descriptions...

Teachers' Sense of Efficacy and the Organizational Health of Schools

This study examined the relationships between 2 carefully specified dimensions of teacher efficacy (general and personal teaching efficacy) and aspects of a healthy school climate (institutional integrity, principal influence, consideration, resource...

Flexible Exchange Rates, Prices, and the Role of "News": Lessons from the 1970s

This paper analyzes the key issues and lessons from the experience with flexible exchange rates during the 1970s. It analyzes the efficiency of the foreign-exchange market and the volatility of exchange rates, as well as the relationships between exchange...

A New Initiative on Precision Medicine

President Obama has announced a research initiative that aims to accelerate progress toward a new era of precision medicine, with a near-term focus on cancers and a longer-term aim to generate knowledge applicable to the whole range of health and disease.

Systematic Butchery by Plio/Pleistocene Hominids at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania [and Comments and Reply]

Human origins research by archaeologists has expanded the evidence of the diet and subsistence activities of ancient hominids. We examine an important component of that evidence, the 1.75-million-year-old faunal assemblage from the FLK Zinjanthropus site...

The Advantages of Ectothermy for Tetrapods

The way of life of amphibians and reptiles, in contrast to that of birds and mammals, is based on low energy flow. Many of the morphological and physiological characteristics of ectothermal tetrapods that are normally considered to be primitive are in...

COSMIC: exploring the world's knowledge of somatic mutations in human cancer

COSMIC, the Catalogue Of Somatic Mutations In Cancer (http://cancer.sanger.ac.uk) is the world’s largest and most comprehensive resource for exploring the impact of somatic mutations in human cancer. Our latest release (v70; Aug 2014) describes 2 002...

THEORY-TESTING IN PSYCHOLOGY AND PHYSICS: A METHODOLOGICAL PARADOX*

Because physical theories typically predict numerical values, an improvement in experimental precision reduces the tolerance range and hence increases corroborability. In most psychological research, improved power of a statistical design leads to a prior...

Optimization, Constraint, and History in the Evolution of Eyes

Several features of the evolution of eyes and photoreceptors are examined in an effort to explore the relative roles of adaptation and historical and developmental constraints. Optical design shows clear evidence of adaptation, which is some respects...

Part 1: Executive Summary

The publication of the 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care marks the 50th anniversary of modern CPR. In 1960 Kouwenhoven, Knickerbocker, and Jude documented 14 patients who survived...

Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering

Tamar Schlick, Aslak Tveito, J. Garcke, D. Pflüger, Laurence Halpern, Rolf Krause

Empirical Age-Earnings Profiles

The "human capital earnings function," in which earnings are expressed as a quadratic in potential experience, is probably the most widely accepted empirical specification in economics. In spite of its widespread acceptance, the human capital earnings...

Effective Schools and Accomplished Teachers: Lessons about Primary-Grade Reading Instruction in Low-Income Schools.

We investigated school and classroom factors related to primary-grade reading achievement in schools with moderate to high numbers of students on subsidized lunch. 14 schools across the United States and 2 teachers in each of grades K-3 participated....

Neanderthal Acculturation in Western Europe? A Critical Review of the Evidence and Its Interpretation1

The presence of bone tools, personal ornaments, and apparently “modern” stone tools in European late Middle Paleolithic or pre‐Aurignacian Paleolithic contexts is generally interpreted as the result of the acculturation of final Neanderthal populations...

Have Southern Texas Savannas Been Converted to Woodlands in Recent History

At savanna woodland sites in southern Texas, discrete clusters of woody plants form in herbaceous clearings following the invasion of mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa var. glandulosa), an arborescent legume. The growth rate of these clusters has been shown...

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