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Source : DANS

Effects of suspended sediments on food uptake for zebra mussels in Lake Markermeer, The Netherlands

Penning, W.E. et al. (2013)

Until 1992, zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) were an important food source for diving ducks in Lake Markermeer (The Netherlands). After 1993, the mussel biomass sharply declined, and the current population is in poor condition (maximum shell length ...

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Source : HAL

Police Statistics on Juvenile Suspects

Aubusson De Cavarlay, Bruno (2013)

International audience Police statistics are frequently used for the quantitative estimation of juvenile offending, particularly so since the series of figures available cover a long period. Series going back to 1974 may be established, provided some precautions are taken, whereas alternative ...

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Source : Ifremer

Force production during escape responses: sequential recruitment of the phasic and tonic portions of the adductor muscle in juvenile sea scallop, Placopecten Magellanicus (gmelin)

Fleury, Pierre-gildas et al. (déc. 2005)

Giant scallops, Placopecten magellanicus, respond to the presence of starfish predators with an escape response consisting of a series of rapid valve adductions that allow the scallop to jump or swim away from the predator. To evaluate the coordination of the activity of the tonic and phasic muscles ...

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Source : ICPSR

Impact of the Court Process on Sexually Abused Children in North Carolina, 1983-1986

Runyan, Desmond K. et al. (2 juin 1995)

This data collection examines the psychological impact of judicial processes on child sexual abuse victims. More specifically, it provides information on how sexual abuse and the subsequent judicial processes affect the mental health functioning of child victims by assessing the impact of (1) ...

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Source : Ifremer

Growth and condition of juvenile sole (Solea solea L.) as indicators of habitat quality in coastal and estuarine nurseries in the Bay of Biscay with a focus on sites exposed to the Erika oil spill

Gilliers, Camille et al. (juin 2006)

Indicators of growth and condition were used to compare the habitat quality of nurseries of juvenile sole (Solea solea L.) in the Bay of Biscay, based on one survey in 2000. The four biological indicators are poorly correlated with each other, suggesting that no single measure may give an adequate ...

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Source : DANS

Isolation and Identification of Kairomone(s) in the Daphnia-Scenedesmus System

Holthoon, van, F.L. (2004)

Infochemicals play an important role in interactions between living organisms in aquatic environments. Although the presence of these chemical cues is confirmed in more and more systems, the chemical structures of the compounds involved remain predominantly elusive and the identification of these ...

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Source : ICPSR

National Prosecutors Survey [Census], 2001

United States Department of Justice. Office of Justice Programs. Bureau of Justice Statistics (11 avr. 2005)

The National Survey of Prosecutors is a survey of chief prosecutors in state court systems. It was previously conducted in 1990, 1992, 1994, and 1996 (ICPSR 9579, 6273, 6785, 2433 respectively). For 2001, instead of a survey of chief prosecutors, a census of all 2,341 chief prosecutors who handled ...

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Source : DANS

Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia clinical and molecular genetics

Letteboer, T.G.W. (10 nov. 2010)

Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT) or Rendu-Osler-Weber (ROW) syndrome is an autosomal dominant disease characterized by vascular malformations in multiple organ systems. HHT has an age-related penetrance and variable clinical expression. The clinical symptoms are caused by direct ...

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Source : DANS

Learning-related brain hemispheric dominance in sleeping songbirds

Moorman, Sanne et al. (2015)

There are striking behavioural and neural parallels between the acquisition of speech in humans and song learning in songbirds. In humans, language-related brain activation is mostly lateralised to the left hemisphere. During language acquisition in humans, brain hemispheric lateralisation develops ...

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Source : ICPSR

United Nations World Surveys on Crime Trends and Criminal Justice Systems, 1970-1994: Restructured Five-Wave Data

Burnham, R.W. et al. (3 juin 2008)

The United Nations International Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Branch began the Surveys of Crime Trends and Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (formerly known as the World Crime Surveys) in 1978. The goal of the data collection effort was to conduct a more focused inquiry into the ...

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