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End Matter, Vol. 66 No. 4 Dec 2006

End Matter, Vol. 66 No. 4

Western North American Naturalist

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Front Matter, Vol. 66 No. 4

Western North American Naturalist

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Front Matter, Vol. 66 No. 3 Aug 2006

Front Matter, Vol. 66 No. 3

Western North American Naturalist

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End Matter, Vol. 66 No. 3 Aug 2006

End Matter, Vol. 66 No. 3

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End Matter, Vol. 66 No. 2 May 2006

End Matter, Vol. 66 No. 2

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Front Matter, Vol. 66 No. 2 May 2006

Front Matter, Vol. 66 No. 2

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Front Matter, Vol. 66 No. 1 Feb 2006

Front Matter, Vol. 66 No. 1

Western North American Naturalist

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End Matter, Vol. 66 No. 1 Feb 2006

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Western North American Naturalist

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Evolution Of The Nanog Pseudogene Family In The Human And Chimpanzee Genomes, Daniel J. Fairbanks, Peter J. Maughan Feb 2006

Evolution Of The Nanog Pseudogene Family In The Human And Chimpanzee Genomes, Daniel J. Fairbanks, Peter J. Maughan

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The NANOG gene is expressed in mammalian embryonic stem cells where it maintains cellular pluripotency. An unusually large family of pseudogenes arose from it with one unprocessed and ten processed pseudogenes in the human genome. This article compares the NANOG gene and its pseudogenes in the human and chimpanzee genomes and derives an evolutionary history of this pseudogene family. Results: The NANOG gene and all pseudogenes except NANOGP8 are present at their expected orthologous chromosomal positions in the chimpanzee genome when compared to the human genome, indicating that their origins predate the human-chimpanzee divergence. Analysis of flanking DNA sequences demonstrates ...


Evaluation Of The Seed Production Of Tall Grasses Tolerant To Drought And Salinity In The Tamborada Region - Cochabamba, Magali Vallejos Arnez Jan 2006

Evaluation Of The Seed Production Of Tall Grasses Tolerant To Drought And Salinity In The Tamborada Region - Cochabamba, Magali Vallejos Arnez

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This study was conducted on plots established by the Benson Institute in the Tamborada region of Cochabamba, Bolivia. The objective of the study was to evaluate the seed production of tall grasses that are tolerant to drought and salinity. A design of randomized blocks in divided plots with and without fertilizer was used. The results showed that the species with the greatest number of stems and inflorescence was Bromus inermis with 10.9 and 88.67 respectively. It was determined that fertilization has an effect on plant height. Furthermore, the species with the greatest seed yield was Festuca arundinacea with ...


Agronomic Growth Characteristics Of Two Varieties Of Baby Carrots (Daucus Carota L.) At Three Planting Densities In Walipini (Ingavi Province), María Eugenia Valdez Cuba Jan 2006

Agronomic Growth Characteristics Of Two Varieties Of Baby Carrots (Daucus Carota L.) At Three Planting Densities In Walipini (Ingavi Province), María Eugenia Valdez Cuba

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Our objective is to study the agronomic growth characteristics of two varieties of baby carrots at three planting densities. The study site is in the area of Walipini, town of Lentanias, province of Ingavi, department of La Paz, Bolivia. In this investigation, the two varieties of baby carrots used were ‘Amsterdam Forcing 3-Minicor’ and ‘Thumbelina’ (Daucus carota var. sativus). Both varieties were planted at densities of 333 plants/m2, 166 plants/m2 and 111 plants/m2 with a planting interval of two days. Statistical differences were observed for the following variables: plant height, root length, root diameter, base diameter, leaf ...


Apparent Digestibility In Lamas (Lama Glama), Fed With Brazilian Grass And Wheat In The C.E.A.C., William Edson Velez Contacayo Jan 2006

Apparent Digestibility In Lamas (Lama Glama), Fed With Brazilian Grass And Wheat In The C.E.A.C., William Edson Velez Contacayo

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Considering the activity of introducing genetic resources with a high potential for yield, and with a wide adaptation range, it is possible to strengthen the cattle production system, through the production of adequate forage in quality, and quantity. Brazilian grass was introduced to Bolivia in 1974 for demonstrating excellent forage characteristics, and great adaptation qualities to the different ecosystems of the Andes. The material was introduced through the Experimental Station of Patacamaya, with their material supplied through the Experimental Station of Obonuco (Colombia). The following study was conducted at the Agropecuary Experimental Center of Condori, located 49 km. north of ...


Agronomic Evaluation And Comparison Of The Yield Of Six Multiannual Forage Species, Under Dry Land Conditions In The Ingavi Province, Freddy Óscar Paye Paye Jan 2006

Agronomic Evaluation And Comparison Of The Yield Of Six Multiannual Forage Species, Under Dry Land Conditions In The Ingavi Province, Freddy Óscar Paye Paye

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The agronomical evaluation and the comparative work of six multiannual forage species was conducted in the facilities of the Benson Institute, in the community of Contorno de Letanias, Ingavi province, La Paz. The objectives were to evaluate the agronomic behavior, as well as to evaluate the dry matter (DM) yield of six multiannual forage species (grasses) under local conditions, and to determine the partial cost of production of the studied species. The annual mean temperature was 9.14°C, and 517.6 mm of precipitation. The test was conducted under the random block design test, with six different forage species ...


Effect Of Chemical Fertilization And Organic Amaranth (Amaranthus Caudatus L.) Var. Alegria Iniap Chaltura, Andrade Andrade Pablo Raúl Jan 2006

Effect Of Chemical Fertilization And Organic Amaranth (Amaranthus Caudatus L.) Var. Alegria Iniap Chaltura, Andrade Andrade Pablo Raúl

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The present investigation was made in the Experimental Farm "La Pradera", located in the province of Imbabura, the parish of San José de Chaltura, to 1350 meters above sea level and an average temperature of 16, 4⁰ C. To analyze the effect of the chemical and organic fertilization in amaranth of variety INIAP "Alegría" was the primary target of the investigation. The field work was made in a lapse of 6 months. The design of complete blocks (DBCA) with 15 treatments was used at random and three repetitions by treatment. The experimental unit was 18 m². It was evaluated by ...


Determination Of The Primary Levels Of The Residues Of The Seeds Of Wheat, Maize, And Barley For The Elaboration Of The Food Mixture For Rabbits, Aida Esperanza Morejon Jacome Jan 2006

Determination Of The Primary Levels Of The Residues Of The Seeds Of Wheat, Maize, And Barley For The Elaboration Of The Food Mixture For Rabbits, Aida Esperanza Morejon Jacome

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The present investigation was done in the parish of Chaltura, Granja "La Pradera" which belongs to the University Técnica del Norte. The main objective of this investigation was to determine the primary levels of the residues of the seeds of wheat, maize, barley for the elaboration of the food mixture for rabbits. The evaluated variables, food consumed, weight gain, food value, protein percentage, production cost per treatment. Previously to the initiation of the field phase bromatological analysis were done on the three food mixtures in the National Institute of Farming Investigation, Quality and Nutrition Area. The treatments were four: TI ...


Energy Value In Llamas (Lama Glama) Fed With Alfalfa Hay (Modicago Sativa) And Barley (Hordeum Vulgare) For Apparent Digestibility In Vivo In The National Camelid Germplasm Bank (Ceac), Edwin Gonzalo Ugarte Huanca Jan 2006

Energy Value In Llamas (Lama Glama) Fed With Alfalfa Hay (Modicago Sativa) And Barley (Hordeum Vulgare) For Apparent Digestibility In Vivo In The National Camelid Germplasm Bank (Ceac), Edwin Gonzalo Ugarte Huanca

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In this experiment, we used four male llamas that were three to four years of age from the Khara race. They were divided into two ad libitum feeding groups. The digestible energy (ED) was determined using samples that were sent to the laboratory. These samples were derived from a conventional in vivo assay using the method of total fecal collection in order to determine the difference between energy consumed and energy excreted. Metabolizable energy was calculated by deducting digestible energy, energy loss in the urine and energy loss in the gases (methane). Urinary energy was determined through the measurement of ...