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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors: Abraham Hafiz Rodriguez, Sarah Nath Zallek, Michael Xu, Jean Aldag, Lori Russel-Chapin, Tobias A. Mattei, and Norman Scott Litofsky

, 2004 ; Kabuto et al., 1993 ; Lin et al., 2010 ). Taken together, these findings suggest that various types of music may promote changes in central nervous system activity and hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal function that have similarities in different

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Irish sequences were grouped into a monophyletic group. The strain in clade B seems to be related (genetic similarity 93.7%) to a strain originating from Joinville, Brazil, 2017 (acc. number: KY629414 ). The subgroups within clade A are supported by

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Anna Szilasi, Lilla Dénes, Eszter Krikó, Caoimhe Murray, Míra Mándoki, and Gyula Balka

Irish sequences were grouped into a monophyletic group. The strain in clade B seems to be related (genetic similarity 93.7%) to a strain originating from Joinville, Brazil, 2017 (acc. number: KY629414 ). The subgroups within clade A are supported by

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors: G. Koncz, Mária Papp, P. Török, Zs. Kotroczó, Zs. Krakomperger, G. Matus, and B. Tóthmérész

Hopfensperger, K. (2007) A review of similarity between seed bank and standing vegetation across ecosystems. Oikos 116 , 1438–1448. Hopfensperger K. A review of similarity between seed bank

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The networks were set up as undirected, weighted networks and analysed with the python package NetworkX using the largest connected component of each network respectively. Both data sources were analysed concerning their similarities and differences in

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. All data were collected continuously until the recorder returned to the baseline using the dedicated software package. Multivariate analysis Similarity analysis (SA) By employing SA, the heat

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. Homophily and focus constraint in collaboration networks Homophily represents one of the network mechanisms of tie creation with the longest tradition of investigation in the social sciences. This is the principle that similarity breeds connection

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–47. Cannoni, E., & Di Norcia, A. (2008). L’immagine di sé nella salute e nella malattia: uno studio empirico in bambini dai 6 agli 11 anni. Rassegna di Psicologia, 25 (3), 67–88. Clark, M., & Drewry, D. (1985). Similarity and

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( Burns & Marks, 2013 ; Gavriel-Fried, 2018 ; Laudet & White, 2008 ). There exist little data on gender-related similarities and differences in RC in general and none for GD. One quantitative study did not find a relationship between RC and

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Chaetomium globosum Kunze Ex. Fries has been identified as a potential antagonist of Bipolaris sorokiniana and Ascochyta rabiei. Nine isolates of this biocontrol agent were characterized based on RAPD technique using 40 random primers of OPB and OPM series, out of which 24 primers gave a total of 356 amplification products, showing 91% polymorphism. RAPD analysis revealed that C. globosum isolates taken under study formed genetically two distinct clusters, with isolates Cg2, Cg3 and Cg4 in one cluster and the remaining isolates in another cluster, which in turn was grouped separately into two subclusters separating isolates Cg6 and Cg8 from Cg1, Cg5, Cg7 and Cg9. Similarity matrix indicated that Cg1 and Cg2 were genetically distinct as they showed only 29.4% similarity followed by Cg2 and Cg7 showing 31.1% similarity, while isolates Cg7 and Cg9 were found to be genetically similar with 68.9% similarity index.

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