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Ophion scutellaris species group specimen data from University of Northern British Columbia

Marla Schwarzfeld
The diverse genus Ophion is almost entirely undescribed in the Nearctic region. In this paper we define the Ophion scutellaris species group. This species group is well-supported by analysis of DNA (ITS2, COI, and 28S D2-D3) and morphology. It includes the Palearctic species O. scutellaris and the Nearctic species O. idoneus. An integrative analysis of DNA, geometric wing morphometrics, classical morphometrics and qualitative morphology indicates that this species group contains a minimum of seven species...

The Wild Men of Dalldorf: On the Mental Asylum's Liminal Ecology of Emotions in Imperial Berlin

Eric J. Engstrom
History of Emotions - Insights into Research

PARADIGM pathway analysis of mRNA expression data

Broad Institute TCGA Genome Data Analysis Center

Station de Biologie des Laurentides de l'Université de Montréal - Collection Ornithologique from Université de Montréal

Éric Valiquette
La Station de Biologie des Laurentides (Université de Montréal) conserve des spécimens de divers taxons (oiseaux, micro-mammifères, plantes vasculaires, bryophytes, champignons) qui ont été, pour la grande majorité, récoltés sur le terrain de la station situé à St-Hippolyte au Québec (Canada). La collection ornithologique de la Station est maintenant entièrement numérisée et présentée sur Canadensys pour un total de 425 spécimens.

Garang Deng

Bert Remijsen, Angela Impey, Elizabeth Achol Ajuet Deng, Simon Yak Deng Yak, Peter Malek Ayuel Ring, John Penn De Ngong, Tatiana Reid, D. Robert Ladd & Miriam Meyerhoff
The songs in this collection were recorded and annotated as part of the project ‘Metre and Melody in Dinka Speech and Song’, a project carried out by researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council as part of their ‘Beyond Text’ programme. The project aimed to understand the interplay between traditional Dinka musical forms and the Dinka...

"Mit Sehnsucht wartent ...": Liebesbriefe im Ersten Weltkrieg – ein Plädoyer für einen erweiterten Genrebegriff

Christa Hämmerle
Geschichte der Gefühle - Einblicke in die Forschung

Ichneumonidae (Hymenoptera) of the Canadian Prairies Ecozone from Biological Survey of Canada

Marla Schwarzfeld
The parasitoid family Ichneumonidae is the largest family in the order Hymenoptera. This chapter provides a checklist of 1,160 ichneumonid species (299 genera) known from the Canadian Prairies Ecozone. The list is primarily drawn from literature records and also includes 35 newly recorded species from the ecozone. The number of species on the list is a vast underestimate of the number of ichneumonid species present, as many genera lack revisions and few biodiversity surveys have...

Previous Archaeological Excavations along the 'Ostlänken' Railway Corridor 1965-2012: Torvinge - the ancient fields of the hamlet

UV Öst Swedish National Heritage Board
Riksantikvarieämbetet, UV Öst utförde under november 2008 en arkeologisk utredning etapp 1 och 2 i Torvinge arbetsområde i Linköpings norra del. Orsaken var att Linkö­pings kommun arbetade med detaljplaner inför en ny Torvingeled samt planerad exploatering av ny industrimark i Torvinge arbetsområde mellan Mörtlösarondellen, Gamla Norrköpingsvägen samt järnvägen i Torvinge. Utredningsområdet ligger inom den historiska inägomarken för Torvinge by och även delvis för Mörtlösa by. Ett stort antal diken av varierande bredd framkom. Resultatet från...

University of British Columbia Herbarium (UBC) - Bryophytes Collection from University of British Columbia

Olivia Lee
The UBC bryophyte collection houses mosses, liverworts, and hornworts and is a tribute to the career of Dr. Wilf Schofield, who came to UBC in 1960. Professor Schofield was the first bryologist hired at a Canadian university. When he started at UBC, the collection included roughly 3,000 specimens. As a result of Dr. Schofield’s efforts and those of his students and post-doctoral researchers, the collection has grown to over 250,000 specimens, a considerable legacy. After...

Clustering of RPPA data: consensus hierarchical

Broad Institute TCGA Genome Data Analysis Center

Clustering of mRNA expression: consensus NMF

Broad Institute TCGA Genome Data Analysis Center

Clustering of mRNAseq gene expression: consensus NMF

Broad Institute TCGA Genome Data Analysis Center

University of Lethbridge Herbarium (LEA) from University of Lethbridge

John Bain
The University of Lethbridge Herbarium was founded shortly after 1968 by Job Kuijt, primarily as a teaching collection representative of the local flora. The herbarium houses the reference collection that forms the foundation for Kuijt's 1982 book A Flora of Waterton Lakes National Park and also numerous Packera collections by J.F. Bain. The collection currently includes over 20,000 specimens of vascular plants and remains an important research tool for botanists, students and the general public.

Previous Archaeological Excavations along the 'Ostlänken' Railway Corridor 1965-2012: Stångebro sports ground

Archaeology Department Östergötland County Museum
Östergötlands länsmuseum har genomfört en arkeologisk utredning etapp 1 för Stångebrofältet, Linköping stad och kommun, Östergötland. Arbetet föranleddes av Linköpings kommuns "Program för Stångebrofältet". Den arkeologiska utredningen visar att det i området finns ett flertal kända fornlämningar, vilka huvudsakligen är från järnålder. Därtill bedöms i stort sett hela utredningsområdet kunna innehålla ej ovan mark synliga fornlämningar. Östergötlands länsmuseum föreslår vidare arkeologiska åtgärder i form av arkeologiska undersökningar, förundersökningar och utredningar inom området. Datamaterialet från förundersökningen...

Gemischte Gefühle: Trost, Ärger und ein Knabenchor in Berlin, 1887

Joseph Ben Prestel
Geschichte der Gefühle - Einblicke in die Forschung

Myriapoda and Terrestrial Isopoda of the Prairies of Canada from Biological Survey of Canada

Bruce Snyder
Myriapods and terrestrial isopods play important roles in numerous ecosystem processes, especially decomposition, and in the structure of soil food webs. This chapter discusses five focal taxa, specifically the terrestrial Isopoda (commonly known as pill bugs, sow bugs, roly-polys, woodlice, or slaters) and the four Classes of the Myriapoda: Diplopoda (millipedes), Chilopoda (centipedes), Pauropoda, and Symphyla (sometimes called garden centipedes). After a brief review of each taxon’s phylogenetic position, global diversity, and ecological role, current...

Clustering of mRNAseq gene expression: consensus NMF

Broad Institute TCGA Genome Data Analysis Center

Clustering of RPPA data: consensus NMF

Broad Institute TCGA Genome Data Analysis Center

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