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Fine‐tuning the nested structure of pollination networks by adaptive interaction switching, biogeography and sampling effect in the Galapagos Islands
The structure of pollination networks, particularly its nestedness, contain important information on network assemblages. However, there is still limited understanding of the mechanisms underlying nested pollination network ...
Interventions to reduce haemorrhage duringmyomectomy for fibroids (Review)
Background: Benign smoothmuscle tumours of the uterus, known as fibroids ormyomas, are often symptomless.However, about one-third ofwomen with fibroids will present with symptoms that are severe enough to warrant treatment. ...
Associations between neurocognitive functioning and social and occupational resilience among South African women exposed to childhood trauma
(Taylor & Francis Open, 2017-10)
Background: Prior research on adaptation after early trauma among black South African women typically assessed resilience in ways that lacked contextual specificity. In addition, the neurocognitive correlates of social ...
South African paramedic perspectives on prehospital palliative care
(BMC (part of Springer Nature), 2020-10-08)
Background: Palliative care is typically performed in-hospital. However, Emergency Medical Service (EMS) providers are uniquely positioned to deliver early palliative care as they are often the first point of medical ...
Genetic analyses reveal complex introduction histories for the invasive tree Acacia dealbata Link around the world
Aim: To compare genetic diversity and structure between Acacia dealbata populations sampled across the species’ native range in Australia and from its non-native ranges in Chile, Madagascar, New Zealand, Portugal, La ...