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Atmospheric water inputs in a cloud forest fragment in El Cañadón, Andes of Venezuela
(Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Fog, Fog Collection and Dew, La Serena, Chile. pp. 367-370., 2001-07)
Detection and significance of inapparent infection in chagas disease in western Venezuela
(Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., 65(3), 2001, 2001)
Inapparent infections of Trypanosoma cruzi were detected in symptomless seropositive people living in close proximity, and under the same conditions of risk, to patients with acute Chagas disease. Similar infections were ...
Detection of Leishmania causing visceral Leishmaniasis in the old and new worlds by a polymerase chain reaction assay based on telomeric sequences
(Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., 65(5), 2001, 2001)
We present a new polymerase chain reaction assay based on telomeric sequences of Leishmania donovani. When this assay was used in dilutions of purified L. donovani DNA, a strong amplification signal was observed with 1 fg ...
Seed production and soil seed bank in three evergreen woody species from a neotropical savanna
(SABER ULA, 2001)
Seed production and soil seed bank in three evergreen woody species from a neotropical savanna (Azócar, Aura; García, Nuñez, Carlos and Silva, Juan F. ) Abstract Results of a 3-y study on the populations of three ...
Seed dispersal in Palicourea rigida H.B.K, a common treelet species from neotropical savannas
The dispersal system of Palicourea rigida (Rubiaceae), a common woody species of neotropical savannas, was studied in a seasonal Venezuelan savanna. Production and consumption of fruits, dispersal agents, feeding ...