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Figure. 2 Dendrogram showing results of a cluster analysis used to group cavity-nesting bird species as per Martin et al. 2004 (fig. 3) and on the basis of similarities in cavity characteristics (see Table 2). The least similar clusters have the greatest distance between splitting branches (see presented scale). Analysis included all species for a total of 153 cavities (2005-2006), data are in Table 1. FIGURE 3 Cavity nest web diagram (following Martin and Eadie 1999) showing cavity use interactions of the native and alien (in bold) bird species of the Yarkon park. The number of nesting attempts recorded for each species is marked in parentheses. The arrows are pointed from the source of the effect towards the recipient. The proposed interaction type based on this study is marked by + (positive), 0 (neutral) and - (negative) signs following Simberloff and Von Holle (1999). For example, + is a case where individuals of the recipient species benefit from the presence of the source species, while 0 is a case where the recipient species is not known to be affected by individuals of the source species in relation to the cavity resource. Uncertain relationships are marked with a dashed line. Arrow width represents the proportion in which each source species 3 849 6 850 8 851 11 852 13 853 16 15 854 18 855 21 20 856 23 857 24 25 858 26 27 28 859 29 30 860 31 33 32 861 34 35 862 36 38 37 863 39 40 864 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 used the cavities of the recipient species ; wide arrows represent preference for the recipient cavity while thin arrow indicate no-preference. For example: vinous-breasted starlings prefer woodpecker cavities while common myna preferred natural cavities. FIGURE 4 Breeding timing of the cavity-nesting species of the Yarkon Park during the 2005 and 2006 breeding seasons. Points represent the weekly number of nesting attempts for each species and lines show the corresponding relationship to the weekly number of attempts (third order polynomial curve). The rose-ringed parakeet starts breeding earlier than all others. The common myna and vinous-breasted starling timing fully overlaps. The Syrian woodpecker and house sparrow has long breeding period and overlapped with all the aliens. Note that during the fifth week almost all nests of the rose-ringed parakeet are active (hence proportion approaching 1) while in the house sparrow and Syrian woodpecker only 0.5 and 0.3, respectively, of the nests are active at...
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Figure. 2. Effect of MSCs transplantation on cognitive rigidity (time of reversal learning after the platform was moved to the other arm).
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Figure. 1 Generation Connected to System Voltages 34.5 kV Wye and Below 2 Generation Connected to System Voltages 34.5 kV Delta and Above with Wye-Wye and Delta-Wye Transformer Connections 3 Generation Connected to System Voltages 34.5 kv Delta and Above with Wye-Delta and Delta-Delta Transformer Connections
Figure. 3.4-9 CCKBR colocalizes with markers of excitatory and inhibitory neurons in the BLA
Figure. 1-1. A schematic view of the FMR1 gene. The FMR1 gene spans 38 kb on the X chromosome and contains 17 Exons. The CGG repeats are located in the first exon of FMR1 gene which encodes the 5′ UTR of Fmr1 mRNA. FMR1 CGG repeats are classified to three groups, typical (or normal), permutations and full mutation according to the number of repeats. The disease pathology in premutation is different from full mutation. Excess mRNA transcripts in premutation carriers lead to less FMRP protein and cause fragile X-associated tremor/ataxia syndrome. Only the absence of FMRP in individuals with full mutations results in Fragile X syndrome. Figure 1-2 Figure. 1-2. A schematic of FMRP protein. FMRP protein contains three well- characterized RNA binding domains: KH1, KH2 and RGG box. FMRP protein possesses one nuclear localization signal (NLS) and one nuclear export signal (NES), which together enable FMRP shuttling between the nucleus and the cytoplasm. Chapter II Fragile X Mental Retardation Protein Regulates Protein Expression and mRNA Translation of the Potassium Channel Kv4.2 Published in Gross et al., Journal of Neuroscience 2011; 31(15):5693-5698 Christina Gross1,*, Xiaodi Yao1,*, Dan L. Pong1, Andreas Jeromin3, and Gary J. Bassell1,2 1Departments of Cell Biology and 2Neurology, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia 30322, and 3Banyan Biomarkers, Inc., Alachua, Florida 32615 Author contributions: C.G., X.Y., and G.J.B. designed research; C.G., X.Y., and D.L.P. performed research; C.G., X.Y., D.L.P., A.J., and G.J.B. analyzed data; C.G., X.Y., and

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