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Protein and microsatellite single locus variability in salmo salar l. (atlantic salmon)
(Springer Nature, 1996-10-01)
We describe genetic variation at three microsatellite single loci and six allozyme loci of seven natural Atlantic salmon populations from Ireland and Spain. A comparison of genetic variability detected at both types of ...
Life history, morphology and crossability ofchondrus ocellatusformaocellatusandc. ocellatusformacrispoides(gigartinales, rhodophyta) from the north-western pacific
(Informa UK Limited, 1993-08-01)
The morphology, life histories and crossability in culture are described for the marine red algae Chondrus ocellatus Holmes forma ocellatus from Japan, China and Korea and C. ocellatus f. crispoides Mikami (Gigartinaceae, ...
Studies on the european hare. 52. food of irish hares lepus timidus hibernicus in western connemara, ireland
(Mammal Research Institute, 1995-09-12)
The diet of the Irish hare Lepus timidus hibernicus Bell, 1837, was investigated in western Ireland by analysis of faeces collected each month for a year from 3 areas of blanket bog, 1 of rough grassland and 1 of machair. ...
Nutrient distributions across the porcupine bank
(Oxford University Press (OUP), 1998-12-01)
Life history and photoperiodic responses inchondrus giganteusformaflabellatus(gigartinaceae, rhodophyta) from japan
(Informa UK Limited, 1994-08-01)
The life history and photoperiodic responses of the carrageenophyte Chondrus giganteus forma flabellatus (Rhodophyta) from Japan were investigated in culture. This entity has a Polysiphonia-type life history and the formation ...
Lymphocytic gastritis and coeliac disease: evidence of a positive association
Aims-To investigate the prevalence of lymphocytic gastritis in patients with coeliac disease. Methods-Gastric biopsies from 70 patients with coeliac disease were examined by light microscopy for the presence of lymphocytic ...
Eating patterns and factors influencing likely change in the workplace in ireland
(Oxford University Press (OUP), 1997-09-01)
The main aim of this study was to obtain a profile of the dietary behaviors of workers and to explore possible barriers to change. A self-administered, questionnaire was completed by 2528 people employed in seven work-sites ...
Socio-demographic variations in perspectives on cardiovascular disease and associated risk factors
(Oxford University Press (OUP), 1999-10-01)
Coronary heart disease (CHD) rates in Ireland are very high but little is known about attitudes to the disease. Qualitative attitudinal data were collected in focus group settings from 74 individuals across socio-demographic ...