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Frugivory by Wintering Hermit Thrush In Louisiana

Cheryl M. Strong, David R. Brown, Philip C. Stouffer
2005 Southeastern naturalist (Steuben, Me.)  
We investigated the role of fruit availability in the diet of wintering Catharus guttatus Pallas (Hermit Thrushes) in southeastern Louisiana.  ...  Average fruit availability was low in all habitats in Nov-Dec (9.31 ± 2.22 fruits/m 2 ), and increased to a peak in January (25.14 ± 3.39 fruits/m 2 ).  ...  Fruit availability in all habitats then declined to their lowest level by April (1.31 ± 0.38 fruits/m 2 ).  ... 
doi:10.1656/1528-7092(2005)004[0627:fbwhti]2.0.co;2 fatcat:dtgprx6ua5furovgdqbij2p24u

A Java class library for simulating peri-operative processes

Philip M. Troy, Lawrence Rosenberg
2009 Proceedings of the 2009 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC)  
To address the mismatch between supply and demand for peri-operative capacity, senior management of the Department of Surgical Services at the Sir Mortimer B. Davis Jewish General Hospital in Montreal designed and developed a discrete event simulation platform for modeling its peri-operative processes. Design goals included ensuring that the platform could be used for both long-term capacity planning and short-term scheduling, that it could be readily modified and extended, that it be
more » ... ive and fast, that it have a multi-level 2D animation capability, that it reuse software components, and that it could be embedded into other software. The primary outcomes achieved were the development of a Java class library to support the development of peri-operative process simulation models, and a preliminary model, built with the class library, that is currently being used to help understand the need for surgical beds.
doi:10.1109/wsc.2009.5429206 dblp:conf/wsc/TroyR09 fatcat:5hfom4r2mrfrdovtvpm2jvgqiy

MOVEMENT AND TERRITORIALITY OF WINTERING HERMIT THRUSHES IN SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA

David R. Brown, Philip C. Stouffer, Cheryl M. Strong
2000 Wilson bulletin  
winters.  ...  Most Hermit Thrushes actively defended small [mean ϭ 0.55 Ϯ 0.03 (SE) ha], minimally overlapping (15.90 Ϯ 3.63%) territories throughout the winter.  ...  McFarland, M. Hartley, and an anonymous reviewer provided constructive comments on an earlier version of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1676/0043-5643(2000)112[0347:matowh]2.0.co;2 fatcat:s27avsxp5vdy5m6ykdbmpcjkjq

Time Warp state restoration via delta encoding

Justin M. LaPre, Elsa J. Gonsiorowski, Christopher D. Carothers, John Jenkins, Philip Carns, Robert Ross
2015 2015 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC)  
When a memory request of size m is made, the size of the request is rounded up to m ′ , the nearest power of 2 such that m ′ ≥ m.  ...  (The remaining memory, sizeof(m ′ )-sizeof(m), is referred to as internal fragmentation and is one of the main drawbacks to using a buddy system allocator.)  ... 
doi:10.1109/wsc.2015.7408406 dblp:conf/wsc/LaPreGCJCR15 fatcat:xooohkm6kbcw3koq64jl4dpty4

Winter Maintenance Wash-Water Heavy Metal Removal Pilot Scale Evaluation

Christopher M. Miller, William H. Schneider IV, Mufuta J. Tshimanga, Philip Custer
2016 Journal of Chemistry  
Three different trials were conducted and approximately 10,000 L of wash water collected from a winter maintenance facility in Ohio was treated with the pilot unit.  ...  To encourage sustainable engineering practices, departments of transportation are interested in reusing winter maintenance truck wash water as part of their brine production and future road application  ...  Owing to the variability in the heavy metal constituents of the winter maintenance wash water used throughout the duration of this study, recommendations for a single treatment train for winter maintenance  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/5347154 fatcat:zqw4z3yw6vhr5bytucyxnzrn3e

Short-term exposure to atmospheric ammonia does not affect low-temperature hardening of winter wheat

JOHANNES M. A. M. CLEMENT, JAN HENK VENEMA, PHILIP R. HASSELT
1995 New Phytologist  
Champigny ML, Brauer M, Bismuth E, Manh CT, Siegl G, Quy LV, Stitt M. 1992. Tbe short-term effect of NO^" and NHg assimilation on sucrose synthesis in leaves.  ...  Leaf injury on wheat plants exposed in the field in winter to S{)^. Nature 299: 14<)-151. Barnes JD, Davison AW, 1988.  ...  M. A. M. Clement, J. H. Venema and P. R. van Hasselt Roelofs, 1988) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-8137.1995.tb03070.x fatcat:r4tgraf3tbaffio23r3hkp2wwe

Planting Date Effects on Winter Triticale Grain Yield and Yield Components

Aaron J. Schwarte, Lance R. Gibson, Douglas L. Karlen, Philip M. Dixon, Matt Liebman, Jean-Luc Jannink
2006 Crop science  
Winter triticale (3Triticosecale Wittmack) has the potential to introduce valuable economic and environmental benefits to U.S. grain production systems.  ...  Winter triticale was planted at 10-d intervals from 15 September to 15 October at three Iowa locations: central, NE, and SW, during three growing seasons  ...  When winter wheat planting was delayed from early September to late October in Wisconsin, the number of spikes m 22 decreased from 580 to 238.  ... 
doi:10.2135/cropsci2005.06-0130 fatcat:pplig25owjgyrc2jeat776zs4u

Control ofArabidopsisRoot Development

Jalean J. Petricka, Cara M. Winter, Philip N. Benfey
2012 Annual Review of Plant Biology  
The Arabidopsis root has been the subject of intense research over the past decades. This research has led to significantly improved understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying root development. Key insights into the specification of individual cell types, cell patterning, growth and differentiation, branching of the primary root, and responses of the root to the environment have been achieved. Transcription factors and plant hormones play key regulatory roles. Recently, mechanisms
more » ... lving protein movement and the oscillation of gene expression have also been uncovered. Root gene regulatory networks controlling root development have been reconstructed from genome-wide profiling experiments, revealing novel molecular connections and models. Future refinement of these models will lead to a more complete description of the complex molecular interactions that give rise to a simple growing root. Keywords embryogenesis; radial patterning; developmental zones; hormone; lateral root; gene regulatory network organization and can be easily grown in nonsoil media, which facilitates analysis. Knowledge of Arabidopsis root development is derived from work over the past 25 years, which began with classical genetic experiments and has been accelerated by the use of
doi:10.1146/annurev-arplant-042811-105501 pmid:22404466 pmcid:PMC3646660 fatcat:k27kou5z6ze4bid3onmrpvmtny

Protoplanet Collisions: Statistical Properties of Ejecta [article]

Samuele Crespi, Ian Dobbs-Dixon, Nikolaos Georgakarakos, Nader Haghighipour, Thomas I. Maindl, Christoph M. Schäfer, Philip Matthias Winter
2021 arXiv   pre-print
This could be attributed to Saturn's secular resonance which strongly affects the orbit evolution of planetary embryos (Haghighipour & Winter 2016) .  ...  determine its corresponding location in the CO parameter-space using equation 3; m fr (m tot , γ, v 0 ) = 1 16 m tot i, j,k K i K j K k l,m,n m fr (m tot , γ, v 0 , w 1i , w 2 j , α k ) (4) While this  ... 
arXiv:2110.02977v1 fatcat:ggt3xahsvvdltgzsych2yutfbq

Object-oriented simulation of paratrooper-vortex interactions

T. Glenn Bailey, Jose C. Belano, Philip S. Beran, Jack M. Kloeber, Hans J. Petry
1997 Proceedings of the 29th conference on Winter simulation - WSC '97  
Proceedings of the 1997 Winter Simulation Conference ed. S. Andradóttir, K. J. Healy, D. H. Withers, and B. L.  ... 
doi:10.1145/268437.268675 fatcat:4kztlacjszhsrbolpriyvyn3ri

Winter Ranges of Migratory Turkey Vultures in Venezuela

Erik M. Hedlin, C. Stuart Houston, Philip D. McLoughlin, Marc J. Bechard, Marten J. Stoffel, David R. Barber, Keith L. Bildstein
2013 The Journal of raptor research  
While on its winter territory, it also was unique in that it never moved more than 100 km/d nor reached 500 m aboveground.  ...  Bildstein and M. Bechard unpubl. data) .  ... 
doi:10.3356/jrr-12-37.1 fatcat:qkjh5hnlb5b3zgtuwudzj6exsi

Incidence of Hemorrhagic Disease in White-Tailed Deer Is Associated with Winter and Summer Climatic Conditions

Jonathan M. Sleeman, Jay E. Howell, W. Matthew Knox, Philip J. Stenger
2009 EcoHealth  
Higher winter and summer temperatures may increase vector capacity and competence, and lower precipitation in June may create favorable breeding sites for midges.  ...  Pearson's correlation coefficients between these indicators of incidence and average temperature (°F) or total precipitation (in.) for each month, as well as for winter (January-February), early summer  ...  More meaningfully, strong direct correlations between this measure of annual HD incidence and average temperature for winter (r = 0.39, P = 0.003, n = 57), early summer (r = 0.51, P < 0.0001, n = 57),  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10393-009-0220-6 pmid:19430839 fatcat:2knykail3jgmrlnagukhdelaqu

A predictive model of hospitalisation and death from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Stuart Schembri, William Anderson, Steve Morant, Janet Winter, Philip Thompson, Daniel Pettitt, Thomas M. MacDonald, John H. Winter
2009 Respiratory Medicine  
ª a v a i l a b l e a t w w w . s c i e n c e d i r e c t . c o m j o u r n a l h o m e p a g e : w w w . e l s e v i e r . c o m / l o c a t e / r m e d Respiratory Medicine (2009) 103, 1461e1467  ...  40 1647 49.3 Body mass index (kg/m 2 ) Unknown 129 3.9 <18.5 212 6.3 18.5e<25 1305 39.0 25e<30 1078 32.3 30e<35 425 12.7 >35 194 5.8 Cough Unknown 51 1.5 None 689 20.6 Daily 2156  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rmed.2009.04.021 pmid:19515547 fatcat:eibgpt32cfabhjk4psgiv5gt6u

Modeling the spread of community-associated MRSA

Charles M. Macal, Michael J. North, Nicholson Collier, Vanja M. Dukic, Diane S. Lauderdale, Michael Z. David, Robert S. Daum, Philip Shumm, James A. Evans, Jocelyn R. Wilder, Duane T. Wegener
2012 Proceedings Title: Proceedings of the 2012 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC)  
Community-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (CA-MRSA) are strains of the bacterium S. aureus that are responsible for skin and soft tissue, blood, bone, and other infections that can be life threatening. CA-MRSA strains are resistant to standard antibiotics related to penicillins and have a high prevalence in the general community, as well as in healthcare facilities. CA-MRSA presents novel challenges for computational epidemiological modeling compared to other commonly
more » ... led diseases. CA-MRSA challenges include modeling activities and contact processes of individuals in which direct skin contact can be an important infection pathway, estimating disease transmission parameters based on limited data, and representing behavioral responses of individuals to the disease and healthcare interventions. We are developing a fine-grained agent-based model of CA-MRSA for the Chicago metropolitan area. This paper describes how we are modeling CA-MRSA disease processes based on variants of standard epidemiological models and individual agent-based approaches.
doi:10.1109/wsc.2012.6465271 dblp:conf/wsc/MacalNCDLDDSDEWW12 fatcat:zz66qjmzgfgf7ngky4l2knqagi

Distractibility in children vulnerable to psychopathology

Philip Harvey, Ken C. Winters, Sheldon Weintraub, John M. Neale
1981 Journal of Abnormal Psychology  
Requests for reprints should be sent to John M.  ...  .83 .86 .89 .91 SD .11 .12 .12 .10 Primacy M .80 .90 .93 .93 SD .11 .12 .12 .12 Recency M .93 .88 .91 .92 SD .10 .13 .12 .11 Total M .89 .88 .88 .91  ... 
doi:10.1037/0021-843x.90.4.298 fatcat:m67soapx5rggddcwdmli3tpbka
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