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  • Effect of mammalian mesopredator exclusion on vertebrate scavenging communities. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2020; 10(1):2644Turner KL, Conner LM, Beasley JC
  • Carrion is a valuable resource used by facultative scavengers across the globe. Due to conflicts with humans, many vertebrate scavengers have experienced population declines due to direct persecution or indirect effects of human activities. However, little is known about the implications of altered scavenger community composition on the fate and efficiency of carrion removal within ecosystems. In…
  • Utility of anaerobic bottles for the diagnosis of bloodstream infections. [Journal Article]
    BMC Infect Dis 2020; 20(1):142Lafaurie M, d'Anglejan E, … Molina JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Anaerobic bottles contributed to the diagnosis of a significant number of episodes of bacteremia. Isolated bacteria were mostly contaminants and non-obligate anaerobic pathogens. Rare BSI due to obligate anaerobes were reported mainly in patients with gastro-intestinal disorders and during febrile neutropenia.
  • Vegetation changes in temperate ombrotrophic peatlands over a 35 year period. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2020; 15(2):e0229146Pinceloup N, Poulin M, … Pellerin S
  • Global changes in climate and land use are occurring at an unprecedented rate, often triggering drastic shifts in plant communities. This study aims to reconstruct the changes that occurred over 35 years in the plant communities of temperate bogs subjected to indirect human-induced disturbances. In 2015-17, we resurveyed the vascular flora of 76 plots located in 16 bogs of southern Québec (Canada…
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