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Page 328 of The Quarterly Review of Biology Vol. 1, Issue 3 [page]

1926 The Quarterly Review of Biology  
Morgan explains this case as follows. Fic. 6. Morcan’s INTERPRETATION oF Doncaster’s Case G, gene for grossulariata; g, gene for lacticolor some with the gene for zebra.  ...  Don- caster (1914) found that one mating pro- duced twenty-four /acticolor females, no grossulariata Males, and one gynandro- morph, /acticolor with the right side of the pody male and the left imperfectly  ... 

Focusing Construction and Selection of Abductive Hypotheses

David B. Leake
1993 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence  
of plausible and useful explanations in domains that are complex and imperfectly understood.  ...  We identify five central issues, compare how those issues are addressed in traditional and case-based explanation models, and discuss motivations for using the case-based approach to facilitate generation  ...  the case-based approach to facilitate explanation in complex and imperfectly understood domains.  ... 
dblp:conf/ijcai/Leake93 fatcat:cokzpl2xezctjapxi3qjxoacja

Page 154 of Journal of Political Economy Vol. 61, Issue 2 [page]

1953 Journal of Political Economy  
These main reasons for holding money are described by Hicks as rather heterogeneous, but they are all particular institutional cases of the time factor, my first fundamental reason.’  ...  because they are imperfectly money.  ... 

Page 97 of Journal of Law Economics & Organization Vol. 9, Issue 1 [page]

1993 Journal of Law Economics & Organization  
described more reliably by a set of statutory categories than by the incremental process of case law.  ...  The general common-law rule is thus equally well explained by efficiency and equity, and its exceptions are better explained by equity.  ... 

Page 228 of None Vol. 20, Issue 2 [page]

1903 None  
The character of the malformation is described in detail and illustrated with figures.— J. A. A. Trowbridge on ‘ The Relation of Wind to Bird Migration.’ ?  ...  — The case here described is that of an abnormal condition in the juvenal plumage of a hybrid between the Common Ring Dove (Turtur risorius) and the Red Ring Dove (7. humilis) of China, in which the remiges  ... 

Page 735 of Welding Journal Vol. 40, Issue 6 [page]

1961 Welding Journal  
Fig. 14—Stresses f e in imperfect col- . umns and rings the case of an imperfectly circular ring subjected to external pressure.  ...  These loads develop by reason of interaction with the shell according to the mechanism described earlier, and are assumed to be axisymmetric (a simplification known to be approxi- mately).  ... 

Page 121 of The American Journal of the Medical Sciences Vol. 157, Issue 1 [page]

1919 The American Journal of the Medical Sciences  
The author gives many case histories, with sufficient data to explain his methods of reasoning, and these should aid other physi- cians with doubtful cases to arrive at a correct diagnosis.  ...  The text is amply illustrated with cuts near the subject, the descriptions are clear and the operations well described, and other old methods are fortunately omitted.  ... 

Page 344 of Annals of Surgery Vol. 103, Issue 3 [page]

1936 Annals of Surgery  
out the varied terminology used in describing such cases.  ...  In the cases here reported, suppose that, for some obscure reason, the esophagus in development failed to reach its normal length; and perhaps the esophagus widened to an abnormal degree—as we see in these  ... 


1909 The Hospital  
Thus, if the chicken were imperfectly masticated and imperfectly mixed with the saliva, while the steak was carefully chewed and well triturated with the digestive juices of the salivary glands, the former  ...  For some reason when they are placed on a milk diet they do far worse than when put upon soups or broths, and in their case the amount of milk should be cut down to the minimum, and extracts, vegetable  ... 
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Page 260 of American Journal of Pharmacy and the Sciences Supporting Public Health Vol. 119, Issue 7 [page]

1947 American Journal of Pharmacy and the Sciences Supporting Public Health  
If the last volume of Oppenheimer’s “Die Formente”’ (“Methods”) has reached you, you will find I have described a method defecating with uranium acetate and starting with a precipitation by mercury.  ...  The fact that Holden used the acid as a precipitant and I the same as a “defecant” is explained once more by the difference in the -SH and the S-S compounds. The former is not ppd.  ... 

Page 481 of Journal of Experimental Medicine Vol. 13, Issue 5 [page]

1911 Journal of Experimental Medicine  
For reasons which thus far I have been unable to explain, tissue sections require a longer oxidation than is necessary with the isolated elements which I have studied.  ...  Again, those specimens of hemo¬ siderin which previously have reacted imperfectly, or with difficulty, will give an instantaneous and typical iron reaction after treatment with hydrogen peroxid.  ... 

Page 433 of The Lancet Vol. 1, Issue 9 [page]

1924 The Lancet  
The technique is not easy to describe concisely ; but very severe reactions may follow the use of imperfectly manipulated emulsions.  ...  In a minority of cases, however, certain conclusions can reasonably be deduced, and where the total number is large, the minority represents hundreds of instances giving some information.  ... 

Page 351 of The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland Vol. 1, Issue [page]

1871 The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland  
If,on the other hand, we described intelligence as the aptitude to modify conduct in con- formity to the circumstances of each case—which, in fact, is the main practical attribute of reason in its proper  ...  Though the moral nature of ani- mals has been but little and but very imperfectly explored, we ean yet perceive, without possibility of mistake, among those that live with us and that are familiar with  ... 

Page 242 of JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association Vol. 72, Issue 4 [page]

1919 JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association  
be explained in abselutely general terms, and is prob- ably due to specific impurities.  ...  The number of patients meeting such control requirements is necessarily small, so that in a series of 12,000 injections it has been possible to employ the procedures described, with confidence in the results  ... 

Synaptonemal Complex and Male Crossing-over in Drosophila ananassae

Daigoro Moriwaki, Mitsuo Tsujita
Dan for reading the manu script and also to Miss S. Serizawa for her technical assistance.  ...  It resulted that a reasonable amount of male crossing-over was ascertained, whereas in no case were synaptonemal complexes found.  ...  As described a bove, incomplete synapsis of homologues and imperfectly developed synaptonemal complexes were observed in pro-spermatocytes of this strain.  ... 
doi:10.1508/cytologia.39.829 pmid:4448105 fatcat:5w4gyxdkunbw3pqwskhniysa64
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