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  • Pre-hospital environment bleeding: from history to future prospects. [Journal Article]
    Anaesthesiol Intensive Ther 2019Pereira BM, Dorigatti AE, … Duchesne JC
  • While the blood was related to life since antiquity, scientific investigations on anatomy and physio-logy of the circulation system had to wait until the arrival of the 16th century. In trauma patients, hemorrhagic shock is the main risk factor for multiple organ dysfunction and consequent increased mortality. On the pre-hospital setting intravenous administration of crystalloid solution became t…
  • [Ecotoxicological effects of transgenic mCry1Ac maize (BT799) on zebrafish]. [Journal Article]
    Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 2019; 30(8):2845-2853Dong SS, Zhang DN, … Wang CY
  • The safety of feed derived from genetically modified (GM) crops is one of the focuses of attention. To evaluate the ecotoxicological effects of transgenic mCry1Ac maize (BT799) on fish, zebrafish (Danio rerio) were fed extruded feeds containing either 20% GM maize (GMF) or its parental control maize (PF), GM maize meal (GMM) or its parental control maize meal (PMM), and a control commercial feed …
  • Does gene flow aggravate or alleviate maladaptation to environmental stress in small populations? [Journal Article]
    Evol Appl 2019; 12(7):1402-1416Fitzpatrick SW, Reid BN
  • Environmental change can expose populations to unfamiliar stressors, and maladaptive responses to those stressors may result in population declines or extirpation. Although gene flow is classically viewed as a cause of maladaptation, small and isolated populations experiencing high levels of drift and little gene flow may be constrained in their evolutionary response to environmental change. We p…
  • Heat Stress in Legume Seed Setting: Effects, Causes, and Future Prospects. [Journal Article]
    Front Plant Sci 2019; 10:938Liu Y, Li J, … Song Y
  • Grain legumes provide a rich resource of plant nutrition to human diets and are vital for food security and sustainable cropping. Heat stress during flowering has a detrimental effect on legume seed yield, mainly due to irreversible loss of seed number. To start with, we provide an overview of the developmental and physiological basis of controlling seed setting in response to heat stress. It is …
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