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  • Jaramillo, J.; Borgemeister, C.; Baker, P. (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2006)
    The coffee berry borer Hypothenemus hampei (Ferrari) is the most serious pest of the world's most valuable tropical export crop. Since the last review on this insect was published six years ago, many new studies have ...
  • Honour, Victoria C.; Holness, Marian B.; Charlier, Bernard; Piazolo, Sandra C.; Namur, Olivier; Prosa, Ty J.; Martin, Isabelle; Helz, Rosalind T.; Maclennan, John; Jean, Marlon M. (London : Nature Publishing Group, 2019)
    The separation of immiscible liquids has significant implications for magma evolution and the formation of magmatic ore deposits. We combine high-resolution imaging and electron probe microanalysis with the first use of ...
  • Menzin, Joseph; Oster, Gerry; Davies, Linda; Drummond, Michael F.; Greiner, Wolfgang; Lucioni, Carlo; Merot, Jean-Luis; Rossi, Franco; Schulenburg, Johann-Matthias Graf von der; Souêtre, Eric (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1996)
    Economic evaluations of pharmaceuticals are increasingly being conducted in conjunction with randomized phase III clinical trials to meet the demand for pharmacoeconomic data when new products are launched. While the need ...
  • Neave, David A.; Black, Martin; Riley, Teal R.; Gibson, Sally A.; Ferrier, Graham; Wall, Frances; Broom-Fendley, Sam (Littleton, CO : Society of Economic Geologists, Inc, 2016)
    Rare earth elements (REEs) generate characteristic absorption features in visible to shortwave infrared (VNIRSWIR) reflectance spectra. Neodymium (Nd) has among the most prominent absorption features of the REEs and thus ...