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M.N.Ben-Eliahu, U.N.S.andS.B.T. 1988: Environmental Stability Is Low Where Polychaete Species Diversity Is High: Quantifying Tropical vs Temperate Within-Habitat Features. Oikos 52(3): 255-273
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Janzen, D.H. 1987: Oh, I Forgot about Zoos. Oikos 48(3): 241-242
William G.Lee, J.B.W.andP.N.J. 1988: Fruit Colour in Relation to the Ecology and Habit of Coprosma (Rubiaceae) Species in New Zealand. Oikos 53(3): 325-331
Rosemary Grant, P.R.G.andB. 1987: The Extraordinary El Nio Event of 1982-83: Effects on Darwin's Finches on Isla Genovesa, Galpagos. Oikos 49(1): 55-66
Bailey, P.C.E. 1987: Abundance and Age-Specific Spatial and Temporal Distribution in Two Waterbug Species, Anisops deanei (Notonectidae) and Ranatra dispar (Nepidae) in Three Farm Dams in South Australia. Oikos 49(1): 83-90
Good, D.J.G.andR.E. 1987: The Seedling Habitat of Pinus echinata and Melampyrum lineare in Oak-Pine Forest of the New Jersey Pinelands. Oikos 49(1): 91-100
McNaughton, R.W.R.andS.J. 1987: Grazing and the Dynamics of Nutrient and Energy Regulated Microbial Processes in the Serengeti grasslands. Oikos 49(1): 101-110
Morten Søndergaard, B.R.andN.O.G.J.ørgensen 1985: Extracellular Organic Carbon (Eoc) Released by Phytoplankton and Bacterial Production. Oikos 45(3): 323-332
Heide, O.M. 1988: Environmental Modification of Flowering and Viviparous Proliferation in Festuca vivipara and F. ovina. Oikos 51(2): 171-178
M.Debussche, J.C.andI.R. 1987: Variation in Fleshy Fruit Composition in the Mediterranean Region: The Importance of Ripening Season, Life-Form, Fruit Type and Geographical Distribution. Oikos 49(3): 244-252
Lowe, M.A.B.andC.H. 1986: Plant-Form Gradients on Sonoran Desert Bajadas. Oikos 46(3): 284-291
Bouvet, J.L.M.andY. 1986: Population Dynamics of Corbula trigona (Mollusca) in Lake Ahm, a West African Lagoon in Benin. Oikos 46(3): 292-302
Rosenqvist, A.B.andG. 1986: Reproductive Costs in the Prawn Palaemon adspersus: Effects on Growth and Predator Vulnerability. Oikos 46(3): 349-354
Londoño, T.M.A.andE.C. 1989: The Effects of Rapid Leaf Expansion on the Growth and Suvivorship of a Lepidopteran Herbivore. Oikos 55(1): 66-70
Jean-Paul Bravard, C.A.andG.P. 1986: Impact of Civil Engineering Works on the Successions of Communities in a Fluvial System: A Methodological and Predictive Approach Applied to a Section of the Upper Rhne River, France. Oikos 47(1): 92-111
T.V.Callaghan, B.M.S.,H.B.,D.K.L.andB.Å.C. 1990: Models of Clonal Plant Growth Based on Population Dynamics and Architecture. Oikos 57(2): 257-269
Brown and Steve Archer, J.R. 1990: Water Relations of a Perennial Grass and Seedling vs Adult Woody Plants in a Subtropical Savanna, Texas. Oikos 57(3): 366-374
Diemer and Jörg Pfadenhauer, M.W. 1987: Effects of Differential Defoliation on Shoot Growth, Density and Phytomass of Three Graminoids in a Calcareous Fen. Oikos 50(2): 183-190
Ilmari Pajunen, V. 1986: How to Construct and Use Realistic Physiological Time Scales: An Analysis of Larval Mortality in Rock-Pool Corixids (Hemiptera). Oikos 47(2): 239-250
Townsend, C.L.J.F.andC.R. 1989: An Appraisal of the Patch Dynamics Concept in Stream and Marine Benthic Communities Whose Menbers Are Highly Mobile. Oikos 56(1): 137-141
Harris, S.A. 2002: Global Heat Budget, Plate Tectonics and Climatic Change. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 84(1): 1-9
James R.Goff, I.W.J.andW.W.D. 2002: Depositional Environment of Sirius Group Sediments, Table Mountain, Dry Valleys Area, Antarctica. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 84(1): 11-24
Grab, S.W. 2002: Turf Exfoliation in the High Drakensberg, Southern Africa. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 84(1): 39-50
Stig Jonsson, B.G.andC.C. 2002: Drought Is the Major Limiting Factor for Tree-Ring Growth of High-Altitude Canary Island Pines on Tenerife. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 84(1): 51-71
G.L.Heritage, A.R.G.L.,B.P.M.andA.L.B. 2003: Estimating Extreme Flood Magnitude in Bedrock-Influenced Channels Using Representative Reach-Based Channel Resistance Data. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 85(1): 1-11
Delphis F.Levia, J. 2003: Winter Stemflow Nutrient Inputs into a Southern New England Broadleaved Deciduous Forest. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 85(1): 13-20
XuJiongxin, X.J. 2003: Growth of the Yellow River Delta over the past 800 Years, as Influenced by Human Activities. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 85(1): 21-30
Kovanen, D.J. 2003: Decadal Variability in Climate and Glacier Fluctuations on Mt Baker, Washington, Usa. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 85(1): 43-55
Smith, J.G. 2003: Aspects of the Loss-on-Ignition (Loi) Technique in the Context of Clay-Rich, Glaciolacustrine Sediments. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 85(1): 91-97
Law, D.vanD.andJ. 2003: The Rate of Grain Release by Pore-Ice Sublimation in Cold-Aeolian Environments. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 85(1): 99-113
Waldron, D.M.C.andJ.D. 2003: Sigmoid Wave Transitions at Alpine Treeline. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 85(1): 115-126
Taylor Bachrach, K.J.,J.K.,P.N.,A.R.,C.P.L.andD.J.S. 2004: Dendrogeomorphological Assessment of Movement at Hilda Rock Glacier, Banff National Park, Canadian Rocky Mountains. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 86(1): 1-9
Bradwell, T. 2004: Lichenometric Dating in Southeast Iceland: The Size-Frequency Approach. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 86(1): 31-41
Edwards, P.W.andE.J. 2004: Further Examples of Ventifacts and Unusual Patterned Ground from the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic. Geografiska Annaler. Series A, Physical Geography 86(1): 107-115
Timothy J.Page, A.M.B.,B.D.C.andJ.M.H. 2005: Historical Transoceanic Dispersal of a Freshwater Shrimp: The Colonization of the South Pacific by the Genus Paratya (Atyidae). Journal of Biogeography 32(4): 581-593
J.J.Robledo-Arnuncio, C.C.,R.A.andL.G. 2005: Genetic Structure of Montane Isolates of Pinus sylvestris L. in a Mediterranean Refugial Area. Journal of Biogeography 32(4): 595-605
N.Cocu, R.H.,M.D.A.R.,S.P.W.,M.H.T.E.X.A.M.I.N.E.P.P. 2005: Geographical Location, Climate and Land Use Influences on the Phenology and Numbers of the Aphid, Myzus persicae, in Europe. Journal of Biogeography 32(4): 615-632
Boris R.Krasnov, G.I.S.,D.M.,I.S.K.andR.P. 2005: Spatial Variation in Species Diversity and Composition of Flea Assemblages in Small Mammalian Hosts: Geographical Distance or Faunal Similarity?. Journal of Biogeography 32(4): 633-644
Choudhury, G.P.érez-P.deL.ónandA. 2005: Biogeography of Helminth Parasites of Freshwater Fishes in Mexico: The Search for Patterns and Processes. Journal of Biogeography 32(4): 645-659
Thomas Hovestadt, H.J.P.andK.E.L. 2005: Spatial Patterns in Species-Area Relationships and Species Distribution in a West African Forest-Savanna Mosaic. Journal of Biogeography 32(4): 677-684
Ingrid Parmentier, T.S.andO.J.H. 2005: The Inselberg Flora of Atlantic Central Africa. I. Determinants of Species Assemblages. Journal of Biogeography 32(4): 685-696
Graeme Buchanan, J.P.-H.,M.G.,D.R.andT.W. 2005: Characterization of Moorland Vegetation and the Prediction of Bird Abundance Using Remote Sensing. Journal of Biogeography 32(4): 697-707
Fontana, S.L. 2005: Coastal Dune Vegetation and Pollen Representation in South Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. Journal of Biogeography 32(4): 719-735
Kirsten E.Nicholson, R.E.G.,J.J.K.,A.L.,S.B.H.andJ.B. 2005: Mainland Colonization by Island Lizards. Journal of Biogeography 32(6): 929-938
Unai López-de-Heredia, P.J.énez,P.D.-F.ándezandL.G. 2005: The Balearic Islands: A Reservoir of cpDna Genetic Variation for Evergreen Oaks. Journal of Biogeography 32(6): 939-949
Brantley, U.L.S.andS.L. 2005: Expanding on Watson's Framework for Classifying Patches: When Is an Island Not an Island?. Journal of Biogeography 32(6): 951-960
M.D.Eyre, S.P.R.,M.L.L.andM.G.T. 2005: Investigating the Relationships between the Distribution of British Ground Beetle Species (Coleoptera, Carabidae) and Temperature, Precipitation and Altitude. Journal of Biogeography 32(6): 973-983
Sébastien Aubry, F.M.,V.B.andR.C.P. 2005: Multi-Scale Altitudinal Patterns in Species Richness of Land Snail Communities in South-Eastern France. Journal of Biogeography 32(6): 985-998
Carpenter, C. 2005: The Environmental Control of Plant Species Density on a Himalayan Elevation Gradient. Journal of Biogeography 32(6): 999-1018
Skov, J.C.S.andF. 2005: The Relative Roles of Environment and History as Controls of Tree Species Composition and Richness in Europe. Journal of Biogeography 32(6): 1019-1033
Bradford A.Hawkins, J.A.F.D.F.andS.A.S. 2005: Water Links the Historical and Contemporary Components of the Australian Bird Diversity Gradient. Journal of Biogeography 32(6): 1035-1042
Hills, W.L.S.andL.V. 2005: Late-Glacial and Holocene Palaeovegetation Zonal Reconstruction for Central and North-Central North America. Journal of Biogeography 32(6): 1043-1062
Hilde Eggermont, D.V.andH.D. 2005: Taxonomic Diversity and Biogeography of Chironomidae (Insecta: Diptera) in Lakes of Tropical West Africa Using Subfossil Remains Extracted from Surface Sediments. Journal of Biogeography 32(6): 1063-1083
Stephen T.Jackson, J.L.B.,M.E.L.,S.T.G.andK.A.R. 2005: A 40,000-Year Woodrat-Midden Record of Vegetational and Biogeographical Dynamics in North-Eastern Utah, Usa. Journal of Biogeography 32(6): 1085-1106
Bush, M.B. 2005: Of Orogeny, Precipitation, Precession and Parrots. Journal of Biogeography 32(8): 1301-1302
Morrone and Ana Gutiérrez, J.J. 2005: Do Fleas (Insecta: Siphonaptera) Parallel Their Mammal Host Diversification in the Mexican Transition Zone?. Journal of Biogeography 32(8): 1315-1325
Teresa González, M.E.O.andM. 2005: The Decay of Similarity over Geographical Distance in Parasite Communities of Marine Fishes. Journal of Biogeography 32(8): 1327-1332
James E.M.Watson, R.J.W.andD.F. 2005: Bird Community Responses to Habitat Fragmentation: How Consistent Are They across Landscapes?. Journal of Biogeography 32(8): 1353-1370
Catherine H.Graham, T.B.S.andM.L. 2005: Current and Historical Factors Influencing Patterns of Species Richness and Turnover of Birds in the Gulf of Guinea Highlands. Journal of Biogeography 32(8): 1371-1384
Camila C.Ribas, R.G.-L.,C.Y.M.andJ.C. 2005: Historical Biogeography and Diversification within the Neotropical Parrot Genus Pionopsitta (Aves: Psittacidae). Journal of Biogeography 32(8): 1409-1427
Jr, B.V. 2005: Inferring the Mode of Speciation in Indo-West Pacific Conus (Gastropoda: Conidae). Journal of Biogeography 32(8): 1429-1439
Jan Christian Habel, T.S.andP.M.üller 2005: The Fourth Paradigm Pattern of Post-Glacial Range Expansion of European Terrestrial Species: The Phylogeography of the Marbled White Butterfly (Satyrinae, Lepidoptera). Journal of Biogeography 32(8): 1489-1497
Crisp, L.G.C.andM.D. 2005: Special Paper: Directional Asymmetry of Long-Distance Dispersal and Colonization Could Mislead Reconstructions of Biogeography. Journal of Biogeography 32(5): 741-754
Brooks, M.W.andD.R. 2005: Special Paper: Pact: An Efficient and Powerful Algorithm for Generating Area Cladograms. Journal of Biogeography 32(5): 755-774
Malte C.Ebach, C.J.H.,R.A.N.,D.M.W.andS.A.W. 2005: Assumption 2: Opaque to Intuition?. Journal of Biogeography 32(5): 781-787
M.Chatzaki, P.L.,G.M.andM.M. 2005: The Distribution of Ground Spiders (Araneae, Gnaphosidae) along the Altitudinal Gradient of Crete, Greece: Species Richness, Activity and Altitudinal Range. Journal of Biogeography 32(5): 813-831
Linda B.Brubaker, P.M.A.,M.E.E.andA.V.L. 2005: Beringia as a Glacial Refugium for Boreal Trees and Shrubs: New Perspectives from Mapped Pollen Data. Journal of Biogeography 32(5): 833-848
Payette, I.G.andS. 2005: Latitudinal Response of Subarctic Tree Lines to Recent Climate Change in Eastern Canada. Journal of Biogeography 32(5): 849-862
Monika P.Calef, A.D.M.G.,H.E.E.,T.S.R.andH.H.S. 2005: Analysis of Vegetation Distribution in Interior Alaska and Sensitivity to Climate Change Using a Logistic Regression Approach. Journal of Biogeography 32(5): 863-878
Antonio Lara, R.V.,A.W.-F.,J.C.A.,B.H.L.andE.C. 2005: Spatial and Temporal Variation in Nothofagus pumillo Growth at Tree Line along Its Latitudinal Range (3540'-55 S) in the Chilean Andes. Journal of Biogeography 32(5): 879-893
McPherson, E.L.G.andG.R. 2005: Response of Semi-Desert Grasslands Invaded by Non-Native Grasses to Altered Disturbance Regimes. Journal of Biogeography 32(5): 895-902
Rowe, R.J. 2005: Elevational Gradient Analyses and the Use of Historical Museum Specimens: A Cautionary Tale. Journal of Biogeography 32(11): 1883-1897
Pablo A.Tedesco, T.O.,C.A.L.,M.Z.andB.H. 2005: Evidence of History in Explaining Diversity Patterns in Tropical Riverine Fish. Journal of Biogeography 32(11): 1899-1907
Pauline Y.Ladiges, J.K.,G.N.,C.J.H.andF.U. 2005: Historical Biogeography of Australian Rhamnaceae, Tribe Pomaderreae. Journal of Biogeography 32(11): 1909-1919
Martin, E.G.D.C.andA.P. 2005: Historical Biogeography of Two Alpine Butterflies in the Rocky Mountains: Broad-Scale Concordance and Local-Scale Discordance. Journal of Biogeography 32(11): 1943-1956
Heino, J.S.andJ. 2005: Relationships between Local Population Persistence, Local Abundance and Regional Occupancy of Species: Distribution Patterns of Diatoms in Boreal Streams. Journal of Biogeography 32(11): 1971-1978
J.Julio Camarero, E.G.,M.-J.F.andE.R. 2005: Spatial Patterns of Tree Recruitment in a Relict Population of Pinus uncinata: Forest Expansion through Stratified Diffusion. Journal of Biogeography 32(11): 1979-1992
Yann Clough, A.K.,D.K.andT.T. 2005: Spider Diversity in Cereal Fields: Comparing Factors at Local, Landscape and Regional Scales. Journal of Biogeography 32(11): 2007-2014
Emma J.Pharo, J.B.K.,L.G.,L.M.andP.A.M.T. 2005: Predicting Bryophyte Diversity in Grassland and Eucalypt-Dominated Remnants in Subhumid Tasmania. Journal of Biogeography 32(11): 2015-2024
Premoli, E.E.Z.andA.C. 2005: Genetic Structuring in Andean Landlocked Populations of Galaxias maculatus: Effects of Biogeographic History. Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 5-14
Beryl B.Simpson, J.A.T.andA.W. 2005: The Biogeography of Hoffmannseggia (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae, Caesalpinieae): A Tale of Many Travels. Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 15-27
H.P.Linder, H.K.andS.D.J. 2005: The Southern African Orchid Flora: Composition, Sources and Endemism. Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 29-47
McDowall, R.M. 2005: Falkland Islands Biogeography: Converging Trajectories in the South Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 49-62
Hunter, J.T. 2005: Phytogeography, Range Size and Richness of Australian Endemic Sauropus (Euphorbiaceae). Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 63-73
Catherine L.Sole, C.H.S.andA.D.S.B. 2005: Phylogeography of the Namib Desert Dung Beetles Scarabaeus (Pachysoma) MacLeay (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 75-84
P.G.Ladd, R.C.andS.P. 2005: Vegetative and Seedling Regeneration after Fire in Planted Sardinian Pinewood Compared with That in Other Areas of Mediterranean-Type Climate. Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 85-98
Bart Deckers, P.D.B.,O.H.,M.H.andB.M. 2005: Sunken Roads as Habitats for Forest Plant Species in a Dynamic Agricultural Landscape: Effects of Age and Isolation. Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 99-109
Chidumayo, E.N. 2005: Effects of Climate on the Growth of Exotic and Indigenous Trees in Central Zambia. Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 111-120
Parsons, R.F. 2005: Desert Vines: A Comparison of Australia with Other Areas. Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 121-126
Beatty, J.E.H.andS.W. 2005: Vegetation Establishment, Succession and Microsite Frost Disturbance on Glacier Forelands within Patterned Ground Chronosequences. Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 145-153
Michelle Greve, N.J.M.G.,K.J.G.andS.L.C. 2005: Nestedness of Southern Ocean Island Biotas: Ecological Perspectives on a Biogeographical Conundrum. Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 155-168
Ingólfsson, A. 2005: Community Structure and Zonation Patterns of Rocky Shores at High Latitudes: An Interocean Comparison. Journal of Biogeography 32(1): 169-182
Briggs, J.C. 2005: The Marine East Indies: Diversity and Speciation. Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1517-1522
Tallon, Y.S.andI. 2005: Zoogeography of the Shallow-Water Holothuroids of the Western Indian Ocean. Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1523-1538
Moreno, M.T.G.álezandC.A. 2005: The Distribution of the Ectoparasite Fauna of Sebastes capensis from the Southern Hemisphere Does Not Correspond with Zoogeographical Provinces of Free-Living Marine Animals. Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1539-1547
Melanie Hingston, S.M.G.,J.U.G.andS.S. 2005: Reconstruction of the Colonization of Southern Madagascar by Introduced Rattus rattus. Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1549-1559
Adler, A.C.andG.H. 2005: Biogeography of Mammals on Tropical Pacific Islands. Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1561-1569
Dennis R.Uit de Weerd, D.S.andE.G. 2005: The Provenance of the Greek Land Snail Species Isabellaria pharsalica: Molecular Evidence of Recent Passive Long-Distance Dispersal. Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1571-1581
Gilman, S. 2005: A Test of Brown's Principle in the Intertidal Limpet Collisella scabra (Gould, 1846). Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1583-1589
Robbert Gradstein, I.H.andS. 2005: Phytogeography of the Bryophyte Floras of Oak Forests and Pramo of the Cordillera de Talamanca, Costa Rica. Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1591-1609
Dumont, G.Y.C.andH.J. 2005: The Branchiopoda (Crustacea: Anomopoda, Ctenopoda and Cyclestherida) of the Rain Forests of Cameroon, West Africa: Low Abundances, Few Endemics and a Boreal-Tropical Disjunction. Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1611-1620
Gunnar Brehm, L.M.P.,N.H.andK.F. 2005: Montane Andean Rain Forests Are a Global Diversity Hotspot of Geometrid Moths. Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1621-1627
Kolb, H.D.A.andT.E. 2005: Tree Growth Response to Drought and Temperature in a Mountain Landscape in Northern Arizona, Usa. Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1629-1640
Shugart, Y.X.andH.H. 2005: Fareast: A Forest Gap Model to Simulate Dynamics and Patterns of Eastern Eurasian Forests. Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1641-1658
P.Acevedo, M.D.-M.,M.A.E.,J.V.,J.M.andC.G. 2005: Environmental Constraints in the Colonization Sequence of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus Linnaeus, 1758) across the Iberian Mountains, Spain. Journal of Biogeography 32(9): 1671-1680
Lomolino, M.V. 2005: Special Paper: Body Size Evolution in Insular Vertebrates: Generality of the Island Rule. Journal of Biogeography 32(10): 1683-1699
J.A.Donázar, L.G.,M.G.F.andJ.J. 2005: Presence, Richness and Extinction of Birds of Prey in the Mediterranean and Macaronesian Islands. Journal of Biogeography 32(10): 1701-1713
Argano, G.G.andR. 2005: Island Biogeography of the Mediterranean Sea: The Species-Area Relationship for Terrestrial Isopods. Journal of Biogeography 32(10): 1715-1726
K.A.Triantis, M.M.,M.D.W.,K.L.andK.V. 2005: Species Richness, Environmental Heterogeneity and Area: A Case Study Based on Land Snails in Skyros Archipelago (Aegean Sea, Greece). Journal of Biogeography 32(10): 1727-1735
Lindenmayer, J.F.andD.B. 2005: Nestedness in Fragmented Landscapes: A Case Study on Birds, Arboreal Marsupials and Lizards. Journal of Biogeography 32(10): 1737-1750
Jean-François Butaud, F.R.,D.V.andJ.M.B. 2005: Phylogeography of Eastern Polynesian Sandalwood (Santalum insulare), an Endangered Tree Species from the Pacific: A Study Based on Chloroplast Microsatellites. Journal of Biogeography 32(10): 1763-1774
Christian Mulder, H.J.V.W.andA.P.V.W. 2005: Numerical Abundance and Biodiversity of Below-Ground Taxocenes along a pH Gradient across the Netherlands. Journal of Biogeography 32(10): 1775-1790
Bart Van de Vijver, N.J.M.G.andL.B. 2005: The Genus Stauroneis (Bacillariophyceae) in the Antarctic Region. Journal of Biogeography 32(10): 1791-1798
Thorsten Krömer, M.K.,S.R.G.andA.A. 2005: Diversity Patterns of Vascular Epiphytes along an Elevational Gradient in the Andes. Journal of Biogeography 32(10): 1799-1809
Alaback, A.F.andP. 2005: Effects of Natural and Human Disturbances on the Dynamics and Spatial Structure of Nothofagus glauca in South-Central Chile. Journal of Biogeography 32(10): 1811-1825
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A.C.Nunes, J.B.-D.,J.C.,M.G.R.,R.C.,M.L.M.andG.G. 2005: Influence of Physical Environmental Characteristics and Anthropogenic Factors on the Position and Structure of a Contact Zone between Two Chromosomal Races of the House Mouse on the Island of Madeira (North Atlantic, Portugal). Journal of Biogeography 32(12): 2123-2134
Susan Fuller, M.S.andS.T. 2005: Phylogenetics of the Allodapine Bee Genus Braunsapis: Historical Biogeography and Long-Range Dispersal over Water. Journal of Biogeography 32(12): 2135-2144
Trevor J.Wardill, G.C.G.,M.Z.,W.A.P.,J.P.andK.D.S. 2005: The Importance of Species Identity in the Biocontrol Process: Identifying the Subspecies of Acacia nilotica (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) by Genetic Distance and the Implications for Biological Control. Journal of Biogeography 32(12): 2145-2159
McCarthy, D. 2005: Biogeographical and Geological Evidence for a Smaller, Completely-Enclosed Pacific Basin in the Late Cretaceous. Journal of Biogeography 32(12): 2161-2177
Morrone and Paula Posadas, J.J. 2005: Falklands: Facts and Fiction. Journal of Biogeography 32(12): 2183-2187
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Stein Rune Karlsen, A.E.andB.J. 2005: A Vegetation-Based Method to Map Climatic Variation in the Arctic-Boreal Transition Area of Finnmark, North-Easternmost Norway. Journal of Biogeography 32(7): 1161-1186
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Lawrence R.Heaney, J.S.W.,J.andA.T.P. 2005: The Roles of Geological History and Colonization Abilities in Genetic Differentiation between Mammalian Populations in the Philippine Archipelago. Journal of Biogeography 32(2): 229-247
Dominik Halas, D.Z.andD.R.B. 2005: A Historical Biogeographical Protocol for Studying Biotic Diversification by Taxon Pulses. Journal of Biogeography 32(2): 249-260
Ross Robertson, C.M.andD. 2005: Factors Shaping the Range-Size Frequency Distribution of the Endemic Fish Fauna of the Tropical Eastern Pacific. Journal of Biogeography 32(2): 277-286
Briggs, J.C. 2005: The Biogeography of Otophysan Fishes (Ostariophysi: Otophysi): A New Appraisal. Journal of Biogeography 32(2): 287-294
Trewick and Mary Morgan-Richards, S.A. 2005: After the Deluge: Mitochondrial Dna Indicates Miocene Radiation and Pliocene Adaptation of Tree and Giant Weta (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae). Journal of Biogeography 32(2): 295-309
Itziar Aguinagalde, A.H.,A.M.,J.P.M.ín,J.D.andR.émyJ.P. 2005: Effects of Life-History Traits and Species Distribution on Genetic Structure at Maternally Inherited Markers in European Trees and Shrubs. Journal of Biogeography 32(2): 329-339
Catherine L.Pohlman, A.B.N.andB.R.M. 2005: Geographic Range Size, Seedling Ecophysiology and Phenotypic Plasticity in Australian Acacia Species. Journal of Biogeography 32(2): 341-351
P.J.Folgarait, O.B.,S.D.P.,M.A.P.andL.E.G. 2005: Biogeography and Macroecology of Phorid Flies That Attack Fire Ants in South-Eastern Brazil and Argentina. Journal of Biogeography 32(2): 353-367
Shai Meiri, T.D.andD.S. 2005: Biogeographical Patterns in the Western Palearctic: The Fasting-Endurance Hypothesis and the Status of Murphy's Rule. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 369-375
Guy Morrison, R.V.C.andR.I. 2005: Metabolic Correlates of Leg Length in Breeding Arctic Shorebirds: The Cost of Getting High. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 377-382
Henningsson and Thomas Alerstam, S.S. 2005: Patterns and Determinants of Shorebird Species Richness in the Circumpolar Arctic. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 383-396
Hicks, K.D.B.andS. 2005: Numerical Analysis of Surface and Fossil Pollen Spectra from Northern Fennoscandia. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 407-423
Beaty, A.H.T.andR.M. 2005: Climatic Influences on Fire Regimes in the Northern Sierra Nevada Mountains, Lake Tahoe Basin, Nevada, Usa. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 425-438
Kathryn M.Flinn, M.V.andP.L.M. 2005: Environmental Causes and Consequences of Forest Clearance and Agricultural Abandonment in Central New York, Usa. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 439-452
Miller, J.A.K.andJ.D. 2005: Wildfire Effects and Post-Fire Responses of an Invasive Mesquite Population: The Interactive Importance of Grazing and Non-Native Herbaceous Species Invasion. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 453-466
Schmidt and Teja Tscharntke, M.H. 2005: Landscape Context of Sheetweb Spider (Araneae: Linyphiidae) Abundance in Cereal Fields. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 467-473
McMaster, R.T. 2005: Factors Influencing Vascular Plant Diversity on 22 Islands off the Coast of Eastern North America. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 475-492
Priya Davidar, J.P.P.andE.G.L.J. 2005: Changes in Rain Forest Tree Diversity, Dominance and Rarity across a Seasonality Gradient in the Western Ghats, India. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 493-501
Aarssen, J.P.andL.W. 2005: The Evolutionary Species Pool Hypothesis and Patterns of Freshwater Diatom Diversity along a pH Gradient. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 503-513
Dawson, M.N. 2005: Incipient Speciation of Catostylus mosaicus (Scyphozoa, Rhizostomeae, Catostylidae), Comparative Phylogeography and Biogeography in South-East Australia. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 515-533
Fabrizio Cecca, B.V.,T.L.andH.élèneG. 2005: Changes in the Ammonite Taxonomical Diversity Gradient during the Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous. Journal of Biogeography 32(3): 535-547
Pennuto, C.M. 2003: Seasonal Differences in Predator-Prey Behavior in Experimental Streams. American Midland Naturalist 150(2): 254-267
Rebecca D.Joachim, J.M.G.andD.C.H. 2003: Female Reproductive Life-History Traits of the Rock Darter, Etheostoma rupestre, from Flat Creek, Alabama. American Midland Naturalist 150(2): 268-274
Patrick J.Weatherhead, G.B.-D.andK.M.C. 2003: Seasonal and Prey-Size Dietary Patterns of Black Ratsnakes (Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta). American Midland Naturalist 150(2): 275-281
Gregory D.Johnson, W.P.E.,M.D.S.,M.F.S.,D.A.S. 2003: Mortality of Bats at a Large-Scale Wind Power Development at Buffalo Ridge, Minnesota. American Midland Naturalist 150(2): 332-342
Sheldrn F.Owen, M.A.M.,W.M.F.,B.R.C.,K.V.M.,J.W.E. 2003: Home-Range Size and Habitat Used by the Northern Myotis (Myotis septentrionalis). American Midland Naturalist 150(2): 352-359
Donald R.Schoolmaster, J.. 2005: Impatiens capensis (Balsaminaceae) Meerb. Is a Necessary Nurse Host for the Parasitic Plant Cuscuta gronovii (Cuscutaceae) Willd. ex J.A. Schultes in Southeastern Michigan Wetlands. American Midland Naturalist 153(1): 33-40
Devan Allen McGranahan, S.K.andJ.M.B. 2005: Temporal Patterns in Use of an Iowa Woodlot during the Autumn Bird Migration. American Midland Naturalist 153(1): 61-70
Shawn M.Wilder, A.M.A.andD.B.M. 2005: The Effects of Forest Fragmentation on Densities of White-Footed Mice (Peromyscus leucopus) during the Winter. American Midland Naturalist 153(1): 71-79
Juliano, M.P.D.andS.A. 2003: Leaf Scraping Beetle Feces Are a Food Resource for Tree Hole Mosquito Larvae. American Midland Naturalist 150(1): 181-184
Brown, P.A.andC.A. 2005: Between-Sex Variation in Running Speed and a Potential Cost of Leg Autotomy in the Wolf Spider Pirata sedentarius. American Midland Naturalist 154(1): 115-125
Ellen Van Snik Gray, K.A.K.andJ.R.S.,J.. 2005: Habitat Shift of a Native Darter Etheostoma olmstedi (Teleostei: Percidae) in Sympatry with a Non-Native Darter Etheostoma zonale. American Midland Naturalist 154(1): 166-177
Andersen, K.M.K.andM.C. 2005: A Den-Centered Analysis of Swift Fox (Vulpes velox) Habitat Characteristics in Northeastern New Mexico. American Midland Naturalist 154(1): 229-239
Sanders, G.M.C.andN.J. 2005: Aphid-Tending Ants Affect Secondary Users in Leaf Shelters and Rates of Herbivory on Salix hookeriana in a Coastal Dune Habitat. American Midland Naturalist 154(2): 296-304
Matthew W.Bowyer, J.D.S.,A.P.Y.,C.S.H.,M.M.H.andS. 2005: Moist-Soil Plant Seed Production for Waterfowl at Chautauqua National Wildlife Refuge, Illinois. American Midland Naturalist 154(2): 331-341
John W.Rowe, K.A.C.andM.R.D. 2005: Nest Placement, Nest-Site Fidelity and Nesting Movements in Midland Painted Turtles (Chrysemys picta marginata) on Beaver Island, Michigan. American Midland Naturalist 154(2): 383-397
Cebek, G.M.C.andJ.E. 2005: Mating and Nesting Behavior of the Eastern Hognose Snake (Heterodon platirhinos) in the Northern Portion of Its Range. American Midland Naturalist 154(2): 474-478
Wolf, J. 2004: A 200-Year Fire History in a Remnant Oak Savanna in Southeastern Wisconsin. American Midland Naturalist 152(2): 201-213
Edds, S.A.S.C.andD.R. 2004: Mussel Assemblages in a Developing Oxbow and a Newly-Cut Channel of the Neosho River, Kansas. American Midland Naturalist 152(2): 347-359
Austad, J.M.H.andS.N. 2004: Fecal Corticosteroid Levels in Free-Living Populations of Deer Mice (Peromyscus maniculatus) and Southern Red-Backed Voles (Clethrionomys gapperi). American Midland Naturalist 152(2): 400-409
Miller, J.H.B.andT.E. 2004: Invasion of Chinese Tallow (Sapium sebiferum) in the Lake Jackson Area, Northern Florida. American Midland Naturalist 152(2): 410-417
Bowen, K.D. 2004: Geographic and Size-Related Variation in the Diet of Insular Populations of the Northern Watersnake. American Midland Naturalist 152(2): 418-424
Hornbach, M.A.B.andD.J. 2004: The Effect of Size-Limited Brood Capacity on Brood Size in a Freshwater Bivalve. American Midland Naturalist 151(2): 274-285
Armitage, K.B. 2004: Badger Predation on Yellow-Bellied Marmots. American Midland Naturalist 151(2): 378-387
Desmond, M.J. 2004: Habitat Associations and Co-Occurrence of Chihuahuan Desert Hares (Lepus californicus and L. callotis). American Midland Naturalist 151(2): 414-419
Laughlin, D.C. 2003: Geographic Distribution and Dispersal Mechanisms of Bouteloua curtipendula in the Appalachian Mountains. American Midland Naturalist 149(2): 268-281
Pilz, M.E.H.andK.M. 2003: Yolk Testosterone Levels Are Not Consistently Higher in the Eggs of Obligate Brood Parasites than Their Hosts. American Midland Naturalist 149(2): 354-362
W.Mark Ford, D.M.,T.M.S.andS.B.C. 2003: Influence of White-Tailed Deer Digestion on Running Buffalo Clover (Trifolium stoloniferum: Fabaceae Muhl. ex A. Eaton) Germination. American Midland Naturalist 149(2): 425-428
Christopher M.Buddle, S.H.andA.L.R. 2004: Ground-Dwelling Spider Assemblages Inhabiting Riparian Forests and Hedgerows in an Agricultural Landscape. American Midland Naturalist 151(1): 15-26
Root, E.S.M.andR.B. 2004: The Life of a Fire-Adapted Florida Goldenrod, Solidago odora var. chapmanii. American Midland Naturalist 151(1): 65-78
R.F.Villella, D.R.S.andD.P.L.é 2004: Estimating Survival and Recruitment in a Freshwater Mussel Population Using Mark-Recapture Techniques. American Midland Naturalist 151(1): 114-133
Edward T.Unangst, J..andB.A.W. 2004: Effect of Supplemental High-Fat Forage on Body Composition in Wild Meadow Voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus). American Midland Naturalist 151(1): 146-153
Cindy M.Hale, P.B.R.andL.E.F. 2004: Allometric Equations for Estimation of Ash-Free Dry Mass from Length Measurements for Selected European Earthworm Species (Lumbricidae) in the Western Great Lakes Region. American Midland Naturalist 151(1): 179-185
Nisbet, G. 2004: Hesiod, "Works and Days": A Didaxis of Deconstruction?. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 51(2): 147-163
Cartledge, P. 2004: What Have the Spartans Done for Us?: Sparta's Contribution to Western Civilization. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 51(2): 164-179
Pretzler, M. 2004: Turning Travel into Text: Pausanias at Work. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 51(2): 199-216
Gessert, G. 2004: Myth as Consolatio: Medea on Roman Sarcophagi. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 51(2): 217-249
Christesen, P. 2003: Economic Rationalism in Fourth-Century Bce Athens. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 50(1): 31-56
Danzig, G. 2003: Why Socrates was Not a Farmer: Xenophon's Oeconomicus as a Philosophical Dialogue. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 50(1): 57-76
Russell, B.F. 2003: Wine, Women, and the Polis: Gender and the Formation of the City-State in Archaic Rome. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 50(1): 77-84
Whitehorne, J. 2005: O City of Kranaos! Athenian Identity in Aristophanes' "Acharnians". Greece and Rome (Second Series) 52(1): 34-44
Spencer, D. 2005: Lucan's Follies: Memory and Ruin in a Civil-War Landscape. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 52(1): 46-69
Dutsch, D. 2005: Roman Pharmacology: Plautus' "Blanda Venena". Greece and Rome (Second Series) 52(2): 205-220
Tuck, S.L. 2005: The Origins of Roman Imperial Hunting Imagery: Domitian and the Redefinition of Virtus under the Principate. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 52(2): 221-245
Porter, J.R. 2004: Aristophanes, "Acharnians" 1118-21. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 51(1): 21-33
Lada-Richards, I. 2004: Authorial Voice and Theatrical Self-Definition in Terence and beyond: The "Hecyra" Prologues in Ancient and Modern Contexts. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 51(1): 55-82
Jamset, C. 2004: Death-Loration: The Eroticization of Death in the "Thebaid". Greece and Rome (Second Series) 51(1): 95-104
West, S. 2003: 'The Most Marvellous of All Seas'; The Greek Encounter with the Euxine. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 50(2): 151-167
Baines, V. 2003: Umbricius' Bellum Ciuile: Juvenal, Satire 3. Greece and Rome (Second Series) 50(2): 220-237
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Clifton and Halvor Vermund, K.H. 1963: Acute Effects of Roentgen Radiation on Mouse Mammary Adenocarcinoma: Radio-Orthophosphate Uptake by Deoxyribonucleic Acid. Radiation Research 18(4): 528-539
P.Howard-Flanders, J.L.andL.T. 1963: Reactions of Deoxyribonucleic Acid Radicals with Sulfhydryl Compounds in X-Irradiated Bacteriophage Systems. Radiation Research 18(4): 593-606
S.H.Cohn, S.W.L.,E.A.G.andJ.S.R. 1963: Comparative Kinetics of\${ rm Ca}^{47}\$and\${ rm Sr}^{85}\$in Man. Radiation Research 19(1): 104-119
Stanton H.Cohn, B.R.,E.A.G.andH.S. 1963: Ii. Long-Term\${ rm Cs}^{137}\$Turnover in Man as Measured by a Whole-Body Counter. Radiation Research 19(4): 655-658
Howland, E.W.H.andJ.W. 1963: Modification of Irradiation Response of Female Rats by Population Density. Radiation Research 19(4): 676-681
Jay S.Roth, M.W.andM.K. 1964: The Effect of Whole-Body Gamma Irradiation on the Deoxycytidylate, Deoxyadenosine, and Deoxyguanosine Deaminase Activity of Rat Spleen and Thymus. Radiation Research 22(4): 722-729
Frank M.Ganis, M.W.H.andJ.W.H. 1965: Amino Acid Excretion in Human Patients Accidentally Exposed to Large Doses of Partial-Body Ionizing Radiation: (The Lockport Incident). Radiation Research 24(2): 278-291
Norris, T.W.S.andW.P. 1964: The Age-Dependence of Strontium Retention in Rats and Mice. Radiation Research 23(3): 461-474
Cecile H.Edwards, E.L.G.andG.A.E. 1964: Effect of Irradiation on the Tissue Uptake of\$ text{Methionine-}2 text{-}{ rm C}^{14}\$and Methionine\$ text{Methyl-}{ rm C}^{14}\$. Radiation Research 22(1): 116-125
Peter C.Nowell̀, D.E.C.,F.A.M.andL.J.C. 1965: Chromosome Abnormalities in Liver and Marrow of Mice Irradiated with Fast Neutrons, Gamma Rays, and X-Rays: Effect of Dose Rate. Radiation Research 24(1): 108-118
Clapp, N.K. 1964: \${ rm Ld}_{50(24 text{hours})}\$Observations in the Chick Embryo after Exposure to X-Rays. Radiation Research 22(3): 457-462
E.J.Ainsworth, G.F.L.,K.K.andE.L.A. 1965: Comparative Lethality Responses of Neutron- and X-Irradiated Dogs: Influence of Dose Rate and Exposure Aspect. Radiation Research 26(1): 32-43
Kurnick and Naime Nokay, N.B. 1965: Repopulation of Bone Marrow in Mice: Number and Type of Cells Required for Post-X-Irradiation Protection. Radiation Research 25(1): 53-67
A.Sassen, G.B.G.,F.K.andJ.R.D. 1965: Incorporation of\${ rm H}^{3} text{-Phenylalanine}\$into Serum Proteins by the Perfused Liver of Normal and X-Irradiated Rats. Radiation Research 25(1): 158-163
Hartley, J.A.B.andD.J. 1976: The Size and Age Structure of Rural Populations of Rattus norvegicus Containing Individuals Resistant to the Anticoagulant Poison Warfarin. Journal of Animal Ecology 45(3): 623-646
Orvis, J.J.andA.L. 1967: Comparative Deposition of45Ca,65Zn, and\${}^{91}{ rm Y}\$in Bone. Radiation Research 31(4): 693-698
Hahn, E.W. 1967: The Modification of\$ text{Triiodothyronine-}{ rm I}^{131}\$Uptake of Red Blood Cells of Rats by X-Irradiation and Caging Density. Radiation Research 31(4): 846-849
R.D.Stoner, H.C.,C.R.S.,A.D.C.,D.D.J.andE.P.C. 1969: The Effects of Extracorporeal Irradiation of Circulating Blood and Thoracic Duct Lymph on Tetanus Antitoxin Responses in Calves. Radiation Research 37(3): 539-550
Itzhaki, R.F. 1969: Structure and Properties of Rat Thymus Deoxyribonucleoprotein: Effects of X-Irradiation. Radiation Research 40(1): 93-104
Hughes, K.G.H.andW.L. 1971: Radiotoxicity of Intranuclear Tritium,125Iodine and\${}^{131} text{Iodine}\$. Radiation Research 47(1): 94-109
Randi L.Thomas, J.K.S.andT.L.C. 1972: Metabolism and Toxcity of Inhaled\${}^{144}{ rm Ce}\$in Rats. Radiation Research 49(3): 589-610
Christopher D.Town, K.C.S.andH.S.K. 1972: Influence of Ultrafast Repair Processes (Independent of Dna Polymerase I) on the Yield of Dna Single-Strand Breaks in Escherichia coli K-12 X-Irradiated in the Presence or Absence of Oxygen. Radiation Research 52(1): 99-114
Riley, R.W.C.andJ.F. 1974: BrO Disappearance in the Pulse Radiolysis of\${ rm O}_{2}+{ rm Br}_{2}\$and\${ rm N}_{2}{ rm O}+{ rm Br}_{2}\$Systems. Radiation Research 58(1): 25-37
Cooper, R.L.D.andM.F. 1974: Tritium Toxicity: Effect of Low-Level\${}^{3}{ rm Hoh}\$Exposure on Developing Female Germ Cells in the Mouse. Radiation Research 58(1): 91-100
Ray D.Lloyd, S.S.M.F.,G.N.T.,J.L.W.andC.W.M. 1975: Decorporation of241Am in Beagles by Dtpa. Radiation Research 62(1): 97-106
Curtis, S.B. 1976: The Oer of Mixed High- and Low-Let Radiation. Radiation Research 65(3): 566-572
C.K.K.Nair, D.S.P.andA.S. 1976: Chemical Radiosensitization and Quality of Cellular Damage in Bacteria Exposed to Gamma Rays. Radiation Research 67(2): 382-385
G.E.Adams, I.R.F.,C.E.S.,I.J.S.,P.W.andM.E.W. 1976: Electron-Affinic Sensitization: Vii. A Correlation between Structures, One-Electron Reduction Potentials, and Efficiencies of Nitroimidazoles as Hypoxic Cell Radiosensitizers. Radiation Research 67(1): 9-20
Riesz, S.K.andP. 1976: Esr Studies of -Irradiated Wet Dna. Radiation Research 67(1): 173-177
J.Denekamp, S.R.H.,C.M.andS.B.F. 1976: The Response of a Transplantable Tumor to Fractionated Irradiation: Ii. Fast Neutrons. Radiation Research 68(1): 93-103
G.D.Zeiss, W.J.M.,J.C.F.M.D.andD.J.D. 1977: Accurate Evaluation of Stopping and Straggling Mean Excitation Energies for N, O, H2, N2, O2, No, Nh3, H2O, and N2O Using Dipole Oscillator Strength Distributions: A Test of the Validity of Bragg's Rule. Radiation Research 70(2): 284-303
Allen C.Andersen, A.G.H.andM.H.M. 1977: Fractionated X-Radiation Damage to Developing Ovaries in the Bonnet Monkey (Macaca radiata). Radiation Research 71(2): 398-405
Myran C.Sauer, J..,K.H.S.,E.J.H.,C.A.N.andC.D.J. 1977: Let Dependence of Transient Yields in the Pulse Radiolysis of Aqueous Systems with Deuterons and Particles. Radiation Research 70(1): 91-106
Einar Sagstuen, H.G.B.andT.H. 1978: An Esr Study of Irradiated L-TryptophanHcl Single Crystals at 295 K. Radiation Research 74(1): 10-22
Elkind, A.H.andM.M. 1978: Ultraviolet Light and X-Ray Damage Interaction in Chinese Hamster Cells. Radiation Research 74(1): 88-100
Colvett, N.R.andR.D. 1978: Measurements of W for Protons, Helium-4 Ions, and Carbon-12 Ions in Tissue-Equivalent Gas. Radiation Research 76(2): 225-240
M.Andersen, S.N.,J.M.H.,J..andL.R.P. 1978: Optical Constants and Dispersion Equations of Lecithin, Cholesterol, Fucose, and Chloroform: Measurements in Vacuum-Ultraviolet to Visible Wavelength Regions. Radiation Research 76(3): 493-509
C.Clifton Ling, H.B.M.,E.R.E.andE.C.P. 1978: Oxygen Diffusion into Mammalian Cells Following Ultrahigh Dose Rate Irradiation and Lifetime Estimates of Oxygen-Sensitive Species. Radiation Research 76(3): 522-532
Weldon G.Brown, E.J.H.andM.C.S.,J.. 1978: The Yield of the\${ rm O}({}^{3}{ rm P})\$Atom in the Radiolysis of Water by 20-MeV\${}^{2}{ rm H}{}^{+}\$and 40-MeV\${}^{4}{ rm He}{}^{2+}\$. Radiation Research 76(3): 533-539
David M.Close, R.A.F.andW.A.B. 1978: Electron Spin Resonance of X-Irradiated Nucleic Acid Base Pairs, 1-Methyl Cytosine:5-Fluorouracil at 300 K. Radiation Research 73(2): 212-220
Franz St. George, D.W.A.andL.M.D. 1978: The Electron Spectrum at Equilibrium Depth from a Narrow Beam of60Co Photons. Radiation Research 75(3): 453-461
Rossi, A.M.K.andH.H. 1978: A Generalized Formulation of Dual Radiation Action. Radiation Research 75(3): 471-488
Fessenden, K.M.B.andR.W. 1978: Radiation-Chemical Studies of the Reaction of\${ rm S} dot{{ rm O}}_{4}{}^{-}\$with Uracil and Its Derivatives. Radiation Research 75(3): 497-507
Myran C.Sauer, J..,K.H.S.,C.D.J.,C.A.N.andE.J.H. 1978: High-Let Pulse Radiolysis:\${ rm O}_{2}{}^{-}\$and Oxygen Production in Tracks. Radiation Research 75(3): 519-528
Howard, J.H.H.andA. 1978: Neutrons and the Oxygen Effect: Corroboration of the Greater Effectiveness at High Let for Sensitization by Oxygen at Low Concentrations. Radiation Research 75(3): 529-540
Riesz, S.R.andP. 1978: Esr of Spin-Trapped Radicals in Aqueous Solutions of Dihydropyrimidine Bases. Radiation Research 75(1): 1-17