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1. Cardinal Woodpecker (Dendropicos fuscescens) utilises wildebeest carcass horns as a foraging substrate


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2. Functional substitution of the signal recognition particle 54-kDa subunit by its Escherichia coli homolog.

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3. Growth Curves of Influenza Virus based on Hemagglutination Titers in Individual Embryonated Eggs *

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4. Image Data Sharing for Biomedical Research—Meeting HIPAA Requirements for De-identification

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5. GROWTH CURVES OF INFLUENZA VIRUS BASED ON HEMAGGLUTINATION TITERS IN INDIVIDUAL EMBRYONATED EGGS*

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6. Trophic interactions among invertebrates in termitaria in the African savanna: a stable isotope approach

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7. Short communications: Bat-hunting behaviour of the Dark Chanting Goshawk Melierax metabates

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8. Knowledge and Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine among British Undergraduate Pharmacy Students


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9. Knowledge and use of herbal medical products and other CAM among undergraduate students at a British school of pharmacy


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10. The importance of termites (Isoptera) for the recycling of herbivore dung in tropical ecosystems: a review


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