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  • Sexual Size Dimorphism: Evolution and Perils of Extreme Phenotypes in Spiders. [Journal Article]
    Annu Rev Entomol 2019Kuntner M, Coddington JA
  • Sexual size dimorphism is one of the most striking animal traits, and among terrestrial animals, it is most extreme in certain spider lineages. The most extreme sexual size dimorphism (eSSD) is female biased. eSSD itself is probably an epiphenomenon of gendered evolutionary drivers whose strengths and directions are diverse. We demonstrate that eSSD spider clades are aberrant by sampling randomly…
  • Targeting Iron Dyshomeostasis for Treatment of Neurodegenerative Disorders. [Journal Article]
    CNS Drugs 2019Bergsland N, Tavazzi E, … Zivadinov R
  • While iron has an important role in the normal functioning of the brain owing to its involvement in several physiological processes, dyshomeostasis has been found in many neurodegenerative disorders, as evidenced by both histopathological and imaging studies. Although the exact causes have remained elusive, the fact that altered iron levels have been found in disparate diseases suggests that iron…
  • Phylogenetic and kinematic constraints on avian flight signals. [Journal Article]
    Proc Biol Sci 2019; 286(1911):20191083Berg KS, Delgado S, Mata-Betancourt A
  • Many birds vocalize in flight. Because wingbeat and respiratory cycles are often linked in flying vertebrates, birds in these cases must satisfy the respiratory demands of vocal production within the physiological limits imposed by flight. Using acoustic triangulation and high-speed video, we found that avian vocal production in flight exhibits a largely phasic and kinematic relationship with the…
  • [Deep anesthesia, poorly tolerated anesthesia?] [Review]
    Anaesthesist 2019; 68(9):583-593Georgii MT, Schneider G
  • Besides very low depth of anesthesia (DOA) index values, special intraoperative electroencephalography (EEG) patterns, such as burst suppression patterns and the correlation with postoperative delirium and mortality have been examined. Over the last decade the 13 studies described in this article yielded information that documented low DOA indices or burst suppression patterns increased the risk …
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