CiteWeb

WorldWeb citation database

Publications in 2016

Page 10
Nonparametwic Confidence Intervals for the Median in the Presence of Right CensoriIlg

A method is proposed for constructing nonpararnetric confidence intervals for the median of a survival distribution. The method applies when survival data are subject to random right censoring. The confidence interval is constructed by inverting a hypothesis...

The monumentality of death: the character of Early Bronze Age mortuary mounds in southern Britain

Death ... makes the meanest of us sacred. (Wm Hazlitt on the death of Byron) Recently it has been suggested that if we are going to write of paradigm shifts in the history of archaeology, then the decisive break 'in the way in which archaeologists actually...

Determinants of Medical Care Utilization: The Effect of Social Class and Distance on Contacts with the Medical Care System

This paper tests the notion that social class will measure differences in patterns of entry into the medical care process and that entry patterns will be affected by distances. The study was made using a 5 per cent sample of the Kaiser Foundation Health...

An Attempt to Add a Little Direction to "The Problem of the Direction of Time"

It is argued that the main problem with "the problem of the direction of time" is to figure out what the problem is or is supposed to be. Towards this end, an attempt is made to disentangle and to classify some of the many issues which have been discussed...

Tax and Spend, or Spend and Tax? An Inquiry into the Turkish Budgetary Process

For resolving the budget deficit problem, some economists have advocated spending cuts, while others support either tax increases or tax cuts. This paper investigates the interrelationship between the two fiscal variables for Turkey using bivariate and...

THE INFLUENCE OF SPEED OF THIRD PARTY INTERVENTION AND OUTCOME ON NEGOTIATOR AND CONSTITUENT FAIRNESS JUDGMENTS.

Using a simulated organizational dispute, we tested the impact of a third-party's intervention on disputants' perceptions of procedural and distributive justice and satisfaction with the third party. We manipulated disputants' roles in the negotiation,...

The Numerical Solution of Volterra Functional Differential Equations by Euler’s Method

Let as t; and g a C((, a) -* F') is a specified initial function. This problem includes as special cases the initial value problems for ordinary differential equations, retarded ordinary differential equations, and Volterra integro-differential equations....

Reciprocity in United States-Soviet Relations: Multiple Symmetry or Issue Linkage?*

This study examines two alternative process models of reciprocal interaction in post-war United States-Soviet relations. The multiple symmetry model holds that each dimension of interaction is evaluated and acted on independently so that an accurate portrayal...

THE USE OF BALANCED INCOMPLETE BLOCK DESIGNS IN COMPARATIVE BIOAVAILABILITY TRIALS

SUMMARY In a comparative bioavailability trial it is customary to employ a cross-over design in which each subject receives each of the formulations of the drug in turn. After administration of each formulation, blood samples are obtained at various sampling...

Practice Characteristics and Quality of Primary Medical Care: The Doctor-Patient Relationship

Physician and practice characteristics were reviewed in relation to the quality of the doctor-patient relationship in primary medical care. This relationship was defined in terms of communication between physicians and patients, patient satisfaction with...

The Problem of Transfer, and the Sociocultural Critique of Schooling

It is often suggested that transfer is central to our system of education. Yet transfer has proven hard to define, difficult to investigate, and perplexingly controversial. This article compares 1 of the earliest critiques of transfer- Dewey's (1916)-with...

The European Witch Craze of the 14th to 17th Centuries: A Sociologist's Perspective'

From the early decades of the 14th century until 1650, continental Europeans executed between 200,000 and 500,000 witches, 85% or more of whom were women. The character and timing of these executions and the persecutions which preceded them were determined...

Attention Versus Distraction: The Interactive Effect of Program Involvement And Attentional Devices on Commercial Processing

Viewer processing of television commercials is influenced by an affective triad of viewer involvement; that is, involvement in a particular program interacts with both the viewer's involvement in the advertising message and with the ad's inherent attention-engaging...

NATIONAL CONTEXT, SOCIAL CHANGE, AND SEX DIFFERENCES IN SUICIDE RATES

Rejecting claims of either convergence or divergence in male and female suicide rates associated with changes in gender equality, I examine a hypothesis of institutional adjustment in which the sex differential in suicide rates first narrows and then...

The Globalization of Japanese R&D: The Economic Geography of Japanese R&D Investment in the United States*

This paper explores the globalization of R&D by Japanese industry, examining the scope and nature of Japanese R&D in the United States, the globalization strategies of Japanese firms, and the determinants of the location of offshore R&D facilities. A...

Influence of Bacteria on Clostridium perfringens Infections in Young Chickens

SUMMARY. When monoflora chickens with Lactobacillus acidophilus or Streptococcus faecalis were inoculated with Clostridium perfringens either in broth culture or resuspended in Gifu anaerobic medium broth or supernatant fluid, few or no chickens died....

On the convergence of Riesz means on compact manifolds

The purpose of this paper is to study the LP mapping properties of the Riesz means of eigenfunction expansions associated to elliptic differential operators on compact manifolds. In order to be more specific, let us first introduce some notation. Let...

Horizontal Transmission of Salmonella enteritidis in Molted and Unmolted Laying Chickens

SUMMARY. The impact of induced molting on the horizontal transmission of S. enteritidis was studied. In Expt. 1, every other hen in rows of either molted or unmolted hens was infected with S. enteritidis (1 x 106 bacteria/hen). S. enteritidiswas transmitted...

Exploring the Degree of Concordance of Coded and Textual Data in Answering Clinical Queries from a Clinical Data Repository

Objective: To query a clinical data repository (CDR) for answers to clinical questions to determine whether different types of fields (coded and free text) would yield confirmatory, complementary, or conflicting information and to discuss the issues involved...

PROCESSES INVOLVED IN MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM SOLVING

grade subjects learned to solve nonroutine geometry problems and (b) changes in those processes as the problem-solving ability of the subjects developed. The second, more important section indicates a direction for future research in problem solving and...

Social Work Gerontological Practice: The Need for Faculty Development in the New Millennium.

There is a pressing need to upgrade the gerontological knowledge and skills of practicing social workers. Geriatrics and gerontology, as specialized fields of knowledge, have not been sufficiently integrated into formal academic training programs. There...

Electron-scale measurements of magnetic reconnection in space

Magnetic reconnection occurs when the magnetic field permeating a conductive plasma rapidly rearranges itself, releasing energy and accelerating particles. Reconnection is important in a wide variety of physical systems, but the details of how it occurs...

SOME SPECIAL CREMONA TRANSFORMATIONS

In this paper we continue the study (c. f. [C. -K.], [S. -T. 1, 2]) of special Cremona transformations, i.e. those whose base scheme Y is smooth and connected. Crauder and Katz have completely classified these when dim Y < 2. Our main results classify...

THE FUNCTIONAL DATA ANALYSIS VIEW OF LONGITUDINAL DATA

Longitudinal data can be viewed as a type of functional data. The func- tional viewpoint is not typical for most analysts of longitudinal data, but provides a route for powerful new insights. The potential of this approach is demonstrated through an analysis...

Massachusetts General Hospital comprehensive clinical psychiatry

Theodore A. Stern, Maurizio Fava, Timothy E. Wilens, Jonathan Rosenbaum

A Knowledge Management Architecture in Collaborative Supply Chain

Recent advances in the field of computer networks and Internet have increased the significance of electronic commerce. Through electronic networks, companies can achieve integration by tightly coupling processes at the interfaces between each stage of...

ON THE EXCEPTIONAL FIBRES OF KLEINIAN SINGULARITIES

We give a new proof, avoiding case-by-case analysis, of a theorem of Y. Ito and I. Naka mura which provides a module-theoretic interpretation of the bijection between the irreducible components of the exceptional fibre for a Kleinian singularity, and...

ON THE SUSPENSION TRIAD

This paper forms part of a study of the relationship between a space and its suspension, from the standpoint of homotopy theory. We use the method of triads, based on the work of Blakers and Massey' in [2], [3], especially, and of Toda in [8]. We also...

Placebo-Controlled Trial to Evaluate Zidovudine in Treatment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection in Asymptomatic Patients With Hemophilia

ECAUSE ZIDOVUDINE (ZDV) prevented death B and opportunistic infections in patients with advanced acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)related complex (ARC) and AIDS,’ the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases AIDS Clinical Trial...

The ABCs of ABDs: A Study of Incomplete Doctorates

Penelope Jacks, Daryl E. Chubin, Alan L. Porter, Terry Connolly

POPULISM AND LYNCHING IN LOUISIANA, 1889-1896: A TEST OF ERIKSON'S THEORY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BOUNDARY CRISES AND REPRESSIVE JUSTICE*

This paper applies Erikson's theory of the relationship between crises in a community's solidarity and its exercise of repressive justice to the relationship between the Populist disruption of the Solid South and the incidence of lynching. This application...

AFDC and the Formation of Subfamilies

This paper analyzes the relationship between AFDC benefits and a single mother's propensity to reside in a subfamily-i.e., within another family rather than in her own independent household. We find that some states pay lower benefits to mothers living...

The generalized continuum hypothesis can fail everywhere

In 1874, Cantor [Cl] showed that every set has cardinality strictly smaller than the cardinality of its power set. Cantor asked [C2] whether for infinite sets X there is a set Y of cardinality strictly between cardinality X and cardinality 2X. The special...

Synthesis, structure-activity relationships, and in vivo efficacy of the novel potent and selective anaplastic lymphoma kinase (ALK) inhibitor 5-chloro-N2-(2-isopropoxy-5-methyl-4-(piperidin-4-yl)phenyl)-N4-(2-(isopropylsulfonyl)phenyl)pyrimidine-2,4

The synthesis, preclinical profile, and in vivo efficacy in rat xenograft models of the novel and selective anaplastic lymphoma kinase inhibitor 15b (LDK378) are described. In this initial report, preliminary structure–activity relationships (SARs)...

Sponsorship - A Confirmed Weapon in the Promotional Armoury

Sponsorship's ability to help a company achieve its corporate and marketing objectives has enabled the communication tool to climb to the top of a marketer's promotional consideration set. This paper sets out to review the industry's current understanding...

The Ordered-Heterogeneity Family of Tests

SUMMARY A new testing procedure is described concerning ordered alternative hypotheses when three or more populations are categorized by class. The test is specifically designed for use in complex testing applications frequently found in biological research...

The quantification of microwear polishes

In the existing methodology of microwear analysis, both the descriptions and the comparisons of observed traces are highly subjective, which is unsatisfactory from many points of view. The authors describe various image processing techniques and discuss...

THE ECOLOGY OF LOUGH INE XVI. PREDATION AND DIURNAL MIGRATION IN THE PARA CENTROTUS COMMUNITY

In various parts of Lough Ine the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus Lamarck populates the shallow sublittoral from low water down to about 1 m below this level, and keeps the bottom clear of algae by its grazing (Kitching & Ebling 1961). The most extensive...

ABUSES OF FACTOR SCORES

A variant of the method of principal components analysis, which is due to Hotelling (1933), is currently perhaps the most popular choice for analyzing a group of variables into "factors." The practitioner often refers to components analysis as "factor...

Pilot-scale, high-rate biological denitrification

considerable attention recently be cause nitrogen compounds are a cause of oxygen depletion in natural bodies of water, an inorganic nutrient for algal growth, and a danger to public health if present in excess in drinking waters. Ni trate nitrogen especially...

Latent Variable Models for Clustered Dichotomous Data with Multiple Subclusters

SUMMARY Regression models for clustered binary data are derived from nonlinear mixed models in terms of latent normal variables. The marginal response probabilities are functions of covariates through generalized linear models. Within a cluster, the pairwise...

Peasant History in South India

This study of the Tirunelveli region of Tamil Nadu challenges the conventional view that subsistence, isolation, and immobility characterized village India before modern times. Examining the agrarian history of Tirunelveli during the millennium before...

Treating rheumatoid arthritis to target: 2014 update of the recommendations of an international task force

Reaching the therapeutic target of remission or low-disease activity has improved outcomes in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) significantly. The treat-to-target recommendations, formulated in 2010, have provided a basis for implementation of a...

THE GENERALIZED SMITH CONJECTURE.

formation of the 3-sphere [5]. The Smith Conjecture may be generalized to higher dimensions by asking whether a nice knotted (n -2)-sphere (one which does not bound a tame disk) can be the fixed point set of a nice nontrivial periodic transformation of...

Rethinking the Effects of Financial Globalization

This Discussion Paper is issued under the auspices of the Centre’s research programme in INTERNATIONAL MACROECONOMICS. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author(s) and not those of the Centre for Economic Policy Research. Research disseminated...

Path Contingency in Postcommunist Transformations

The surprisingly peaceful revolutions that swept the Soviet Union and eastern Europe in the late 1980s and early 1990s seemed to present a golden opportunity for institutional design. The economic and political institutions of state socialism had been...

A 3D bioprinting system to produce human-scale tissue constructs with structural integrity

Hyun-Wook Kang, Sang Jin Lee, In Kap Ko, Carlos Kengla, James J. Yoo, Anthony Atala

Terror and Resistance: A Study of Political Violence, by

Richard C. Leonard, Eugene Victor Walter

Policy Reasoning and Political Values: The Problem of Racial Equality*

What is the structure of policy reasoning among citizens at large, and particularly, how does this structure vary with the level of education? To answer this question, we examine the nature of policy reasoning on the issue of racial equality. Our analysis...

Social Mobility in Great Britain and the United States

Numerous discussions and some previous research have suggested that the United States and Great Britain should differ in their patterns of social mobility, with Great Britain exhibiting more intergenerational continuity of social position. Some have questioned...

Discrimillant Analysis with Discrete and Continuous Variables

A paradigmatic methodologic approach does not exist for the problem of discriminant analysis with both discrete and continuous explanatory variables. Procedures that have been employed in this situation include Fisher's linear discriminant function, the...

Suppressing the Zs

Arnold M. Zwicky

Customer Satisfaction and Customer Behavior: The Differential Role of Brand and Category Expectations

Previous research has suggested that consumers use multiple strands to evaluate their satisfaction with a product and to establish postpurchase behavioral intention. However, prior empirical research has focused on which individual standard best predicts...

SOME REASONS WHY THERE CAN'T BE ANY some-any RULE

This paper presents evidence that semantic notions-such as presupposition, speaker's and hearer's beliefs about the world, and previous discourse-must be taken into account in a complete treatment of the distribution of some and any in conditional, negative,...

Mineral nutrient status of coastal hill dipteroca-p forest and adinandra belukar in Singapore: analysis of soil, leaves and litter

The soil of remnant primary rainforest on granite in Singapore is very acidic (pH mostly 3.5-4.2 at 0-10 cm) and has unusually low total concentrations of nitrogen and phosphorus, but the mean concentrations of N and P in the living leaves...

Office Seeking and Policy Pursuit In Coalition Theory

In most coalition theories, assumptions about policy payoffs for parties and politicians have been used to constrain the coalitions which office-seeking parties can form, thus improving the fit between the expected formation of minimal-winning coalitions...

The Governance of the Third World: A Foucauldian Perspective on Power Relations in Development

The many different meanings assigned to development in the Third World are a source of much discussion. Some of this debate concerns development as a process and some the end or goal of that process. The most important side of development, however, is...

Review of the Polls: Images of God among Americans*

Although an overwhelming proportion of Americans profess a belief in God, people do not of course all have the same thing in mind when they affirm such belief. Believers differ in their notions of the Deity and in their choice of images for describing...

Marketing the Host City: Analyzing Exposure Generated By a Sport Event

Sport events have become an important component of many city marketing plans. Media coverage is believed to increase awareness of the host city. This study reports the results of a content analysis of 2002 NCAA Women's Final Four telecasts. Event logos...

KONSEP FISKAL ISLAM DALAM PERSPEKTIF HISTORIS

Fiscal policy is not synonymous with Islam taxation / tribute that made the king / emperor , nor synonymous with modern fiscal policy born of the failure of the free market mechanism. Referring to public finance policy at the beginning of the Islamic...

Continuity Reexamined: Differential Impact on Satisfaction with Medical Care for Disabled and Normal Children

The satisfaction with medical care of families with disabled children and of randomly selected families is compared to test the hypothesis that the impact of continuity of physician on parental satisfaction is greater when disabled children are patients...

A Randomized Controlled Study of Cognitive Therapy for Relapse Prevention for Bipolar Affective Disorder

Dominic Lam, Edward R. Watkins, Peter Hayward, Jenifer A. Bright, Kim Wright, Gina Parr-Davis, Pc Sham

Mobility as resistance: a geographical reading of Kerouac's 'On the road'

In this paper I examine the theme of mobility in Jack Kerouac's novel On the road. I argue that Kerouac used mobility, alongside other themes, to express resistance to established norms in the culture of the United States during the nineteen fifties....

The Correlates of Premarital Sexual Activityv Among School-Age Adolescents in Kenya

About 3000 adolescents enrolled in 46 coeducational primary secondary and vocational schools in Kenya were surveyed in 1989 to investigate factors associated with premarital sexual behavior. Depending on the type of school 48-77% of the males report...

Consumer Interdependence via Reference Groups

In solving choice problems under bounded rationality, one relies on "heuristics" provided by social interdependence. Such "heuristics" consist in taking a particular social group as a reference group and in emulating its life-style by acquiring an associated...

A Framework for Interpreting Social Media Interactions in the Public Sector

article i nfo Available online 11 November 2013 Social media measurement Digital interactions Open Government Initiative U.S. federal government Social media applications are extending the information and communication technology landscape in the public...

Actual and Desired Duration of Foreplay and Intercourse: Discordance and Misperceptions Within Heterosexual Couples

One hundred andfifty-two heterosexual couples reported their actual and ideal duration offoreplay and intercourse, as well as their perceptions of their partners' desired duration offoreplay and intercourse. Further, participants reported the duration...

Multifirm Analysis of Competitive Decision Variables

estimation procedure used is consistent with the environment under study. The analysis demonstrates that, for the investigated industry, plausible relationships exist for a great many variables and the results suggest useful managerial and, possibly,...

Firm Risk and Leverage-Based Business Cycles

I quantify the properties of cyclical uctuations in the cross-sectional dispersion of rm-level risk, and I quantify the properties of cyclical

Heavy metals pollution profiles in streams serving the Owabi reservoir

Water samples from five sampling points on four rivers, Owabi, Akyeampomene, Pumpunase and Sukobri, representing the main streams serving the Owabi reservoir were analysed for some pollution indicators using standard methods. Heavy metals (Zn, Cu, Mn,...

Trade in a Tiebout Economy

Trade in a Tiebout EconomyThis paper explores both the positive and normative aspects of interregional commodity trade in a "Tiebout e conomy," i.e., a many-region economy with perfect labor mobility and endogenous government decision making. For a model...

"Touch Someone": The Telephone Industry Discovers Sociability

The familiar refrain, "Reach out, reach out and touch someone," has been part of American Telephone and Telegraph's (ATT for decades it was more likely to discourage it. The industry's "discovery" of sociability illustrates how structural and cultural...

LOCATIONAL CONFLICT AND THE POLITICS OF CONSUMPTION

This paper examines locational conflicts which occurred in Vancouver, British Columbia, between 1973 and 1975. Conflicts are analyzed in terms of the neighborhoods in which they took place, the characteristics of participating groups, their grounds for...

Pembrolizumab versus docetaxel for previously treated, PD-L1-positive, advanced non-small-cell lung cancer (KEYNOTE-010): a randomised controlled trial

Methods We did this randomised, open-label, phase 2/3 study at 202 academic medical centres in 24 countries. Patients with previously treated non-small-cell lung cancer with PD-L1 expression on at least 1% of tumour cells were randomly assigned (1:1:1)...

Zipf's Law and Prior Distributions for the Composition of a Population

The limiting distribution of frequencies of frequencies as the population size becomes large is obtailned under Bose-Einstein and Maxwell-Boltzmann forms of the classical occupancy problem, when the number of cells is random and has a prior distribution....

Ethanol from cellulosic biomass

Daniel I. C. Wang, G. C. Avgerinos, I. Biocic

Government Support of Nonindustrial Production: The Case of Private Forests*

the Forest Incentives Program (FIP) was authorized by Congress in 1973. Under this program up to 75% of all tree planting and timber improvement costs incurred by private landowners are paid by the federal government. The advisability of this as well...

Infection and Immune Responses in Chickens Exposed to Salmonella typhimurium

SUMMARY The transmission of Salmonella typhimurium among adult chickens maintained in wire-floored cages was examined. Within 6 days, organisms had spread from infected seed chickens to the majority of uninoculated chickens. Initially, organisms were...

Factors Related to the Use of Health Services: An International Comparative Study

Data about the use of physicians' services, collected by means of surveys of the populations of Chester, England, Chittenden County, Vermont, and Smederevo, Yugoslavia, were analyzed by multivariate techniques. The results indicate that levels of perceived...

Effects of Short-Chain Fatty Acids on the Inflamed Colonic Mucosa

Selected inflammatory conditions of the distal alimentary tract may respond to topical SCFA treatment. The rationale for using SCFA enemas is based on Roediger's (1980) observation that butyrate is the preferred fuel of colonocytes and that SCFA deficiency...

This Was an Easy Assignment: Examining How Students Interpret Academic Writing Tasks

This study explored academic writing from the students' side of the desk, examining how different tasks and writing situations in- fluence students' approaches. The study used interviews and process logs and examined how 13 college freshmen interpreted...

Equidistribution of roots of a quadratic congruence to prime moduli

William Duke, John B. Friedlander, Henryk Iwaniec

The impact of grandparental proximity on maternal childcare in China.

This paper investigates the impact of the proximity of grandparents residence on mothers childcare involvement in contemporary China. Drawing on data from the 1991 China Health and Nutrition Survey the authors find that the presence of grandparents in...

The Use of Discrete-Choice Models for Evaluating Resource Selection

Using a multinomial logit model, the discrete-choice model for human behavior is developed for the analysis of resource selection by animals. This model has the advantage that resource availability can vary between animals and over time. Furthermore,...

The Cost of Rent-Seeking: Evidence from Cellular Telephone License Lotteries

The inventors of the theory of rent-seeking used an analogy with competitive markets to conclude that all monopoly rents would be dissipated in the competition to obtain the property rights to them [23; 29]. Subsequent theorists showed that this conclusion...

ANDROGYNOUS PARENTS AND GUEST CHILDREN: THE HUAORANI COUVADE*

Despite the current popularity of the post-feminist motto 'gender is the effect of discourse, and sex the effect of gender' which defines sexuality as erotica and ignores its lifetransmitting function, I argue that there can be no sound theorizing of...

Child Support, Welfare Dependency, and Women's Labor Supply

This study evaluates the potential effectiveness of alternative child support policies in reducing welfare program participation. Employing longitudinal data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, the analysis addresses the simultaneity of women's decisions...

Bayesian Binary Segmentation Procedure for a Poisson Process With Multiple Changepoints

We observe n events occurring in (0, T] taken from a Poisson process. The intensity function of the process is assumed to be a step function with multiple changepoints. This article proposes a Bayesian binary segmentation procedure for...

State, peasantry and resettlement in Zimbabwe

The end of minority rule in Zimbabwe seemed to herald dramatic changes in agrarian and local government policies, as well as in official attitudes towards the rural areas more generally: the newly elected ZANU(PF) government promised a dramatic decentralisation...

The role of reactive elements in oxide scale adhesion

Reactive elements considerably improve the high-temperature oxidation resistance, especially the adherence, of chromia- and alumina-forming alloys. This paper is an updated review of existing experimental data, with emphasis on the possible effects of...

The Aesthetics and History of the Hub: The Effects of Changing Technology on Network Computer Music

The author, a member of the group the Hub, discusses the aesthetic and performance history of the group and related San FranOliveros and many others. These cisco Bay Area live interacartists invented new forms of per- tive music performance practices....

Max-Margin Nonparametric Latent Feature Models for Link Prediction

We present a max-margin nonparametric latent feature relational model, which unites the ideas of max-margin learning and Bayesian nonparametrics to discover discriminative latent features for link prediction and automatically infer the unknown latent...

Zinc in Sperm Chromatin and Chromatin Stability in Fertile Men and Men in Barren Unions

The stability and the content of zinc of the chromatin were studied in spermatozoa from ten men with unexplained infertility, and in spermatozoa from five fertile donors. A positive relation was found between zinc in sperm nuclei (X-ray microanalysis)...

Degenerations of hyperbolic structures, II: Measured laminations in 3-manifolds

That paper concerned the general theory of groups acting on R-trees and the relationship of these actions to representations into SL2(C). The purpose of the present paper is to develop the foundations of a general theory of measured laminations in 3-manifolds....

FACTORS REGULATING MICROHABITAT USE BY YOUNG JUVENILE SPINY LOBSTERS, PANULIRUS ARGUS: FOOD AND SHELTER

Habitation patterns ofalgal-dwellingjuvenile spiny lobsters, Panulirus argus, are apparently regulated by a) the availability of epifaunal prey, and/or b) limited sheltering qualities provided by algal branching. Predictions derived from each hypothesis...

« Prev. Next »
First ... 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ... Last

© 2016-2018 CiteWeb.info — WorldWeb citation database

Up ↑