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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Sina Zadra, Gallus Bischof, Bettina Besser, Anja Bischof, Christian Meyer, Ulrich John, and Hans-Jürgen Rumpf

investigating the co-occurrence of IA and personality disorders. The aim of this study was to analyze the associations between personality disorders and IA using a sample derived from the general population with a wide range of ages. It uses an extensive DSM-5

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, J. 1995: The phenology of Bemisia tabaci populations (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) on cassava in southern Cote dIvoire. Bulletin of Entomological Research , 85 , 197-207. The phenology of Bemisia tabaci populations (Homoptera

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Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Beatrix Barcsi, Katalin Hollódy, Bernadette Péley, Krisztina Dorn, Kathryn A. Kerns, Sándor Rózsa, Imre A. Török, and János Kállai

. Skrabski , Á. , Kopp , M. , Rózsa , S. , Réthelyi , J. , & Rahe , R.H. ( 2005 ). Life meaning: An important correlate of health in the Hungarian population . International Journal of Behavioral Medicine , 12 ( 2 ), 78 – 85

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Crop Res. 1996 48 115 123 Oyediran I. O. and Heinrichs E. A. (2001): Arthropod populations and rice yield in direct-seeded and transplanted lowland rice in West Africa. Int. J. Pest Mgmt. 47, 195

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Analyses the growth of funded and collaborative research publications and authors as reflected in selected theoretical population genetics literature from 1956–60 to 1976–80. Indicates that the number of funded and collaborated publications has not proportionally increased along with the growth of total research publications and authors with time, but however, there is a strong correlation between the two. Indicates the extent of multi-authored research publications in different countries, and studies the growth of multi-authored publications from 1956–60 to 1976–80. Studies the impact of funding and collaboration on the productivity of authors over a period of time. Concludes that the authors who are more productive are generally found to be more collaborative and funded. The average productivity per author is observed to be larger in funded and collaborated authors subset and smaller in non-funded and non-collaborated authors subset, than the average productivity per author in the total authors subset in all the five block years studied. There is a systematic increase with time in the average productivity per author in the funded and collaborated authors subset. Studies the nature and type of collaborated research from 1956–60 to 1976–80, and the role of funding. Highlights the research priorities of few important countries in collabortive research. Indicates the collaboration linkages among various countries in transnational collaborative research. Concludes that with time, the focus of research is slowly shifting from internal collaration to domestic and international collaboration, supported by increasing funding from government agencies in theoretical population genetics research.

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. Ames, R. N., Reid, C. P. P. and Ingham, E. R. (1984): Rhizosphere bacterial population responses to root colonization by a vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus. - New Phytol. 96 : 555-563. Rhizosphere bacterial population

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the use and access to antimicrobial compounds are scarce. This work aimed to characterize the skin and oropharyngeal microbiota of East Timor populations, to identify potentially pathogenic Gram-positive cocci and to determine their

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301 310 Kumm, S. and Moritz, G. (2008): First detection of Wolbachia in arrhenotokous populations of thrips species (Thysanoptera: Thripidae and Phlaeothripidae) and its role

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Fofana, B., Humphreys, D.G., Cloutier, S., McCartney, C.A., Somers, D.J. 2008. Mapping quantitative trait loci controlling common bunt resistance in a doubled haploid population derived from the spring wheat cross RL 452 × AC Domain. Mol. Breed. 21 :317

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(Thysanoptera, Thripidae) oviposition in apple buds — role of bloom state, blossom phenology, and population-density. Env. Entomol. 20, 1568–1576. Terry L. I. Frankliniella occidentalis

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