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    • As bibliotecas e a súa historia: Dos almacéns documentais ás bibliotecas escolares 

      Lavandeira García, Lucia (2016)
      [GL] No presente traballo exporase unha visión histórico – pedagóxica do nacemento e evolución das bibliotecas, tanto a nivel mundial coma, máis concretamente, español. Asemade, terase en conta a aparición das denominadas ...
    • Dog and mouse: toward a balanced view of the mammalian olfactory system 

      Barrios, Arthur W.; Sánchez Quinteiro, Pablo; Salazar Beloqui, Ignacio (Frontiers Media, 2014)
      Although the most intensively studied mammalian olfactory system is that of the mouse, in which olfactory chemical cues of one kind or another are detected in four different nasal areas [the main olfactory epithelium ...
    • Dúas perspectivas sobre a cartografía de coberturas e usos do solo en Galicia 

      Díaz Manso, José Marcial; Aller González, Dominique; Martín Rosón, Amparo; Barcia Noia, Berta; Pereira Paulo, Susana (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 2007)
      A cuantificación anual de superficies agrícolas e forestais é un dato básico de partida á hora de estimar a renda agraria, unha vez que a aquelas se lles aplican rendementos, producións e prezos. As técnicas cartográficas ...
    • A Generative Angular Model of Protein Structure Evolution 

      Golden, Michael; García Portugués, Eduardo; Sørensen, Michael; Mardia, Kanti V.; Hamelryck, Thomas; Hein, Jotun (Oxford University Press, 2017-04-27)
      Recently described stochastic models of protein evolution have demonstrated that the inclusion of structural information in addition to amino acid sequences leads to a more reliable estimation of evolutionary parameters. ...
    • New insight into serotonergic system of sea lamprey during development and regeneration 

      Cornide Petronio, María Eugenia (2013-10-22)
      Lampreys are interesting animal models for comparative neuroanatomical research and for the study of the neuronal circuitry underlying locomotion in vertebrates. Moreover, lampreys have been also established as a model ...
    • Prosomeric organization of the hypothalamus in an elasmobranch, the catshark Scyliorhinus canicula 

      Santos Durán, Gabriel Nicolás; Menuet, Arnaud; Lagadec, Ronan; Mayeur, Hélène; Ferreiro Galve, Susana; Mazan, Sylvie; Rodríguez-Moldes Rey, María Isabel; Candal Suárez, Eva María (Frontiers Media, 2015)
      The hypothalamus has been a central topic in neuroanatomy because of its important physiological functions, but its mature organization remains elusive. Deciphering its embryonic and adult organization is crucial in an ...
    • Regionalization of the shark hindbrain: a survey of an ancestral organization 

      Rodríguez-Moldes Rey, María Isabel; Carrera de Figueiredo, Iván Manuel; Pose Méndez, Sol María; Quintana Urzainqui, Idoia; Candal Suárez, Eva María; Anadón Álvarez, Ramón; Mazan, Sylvie; Ferreiro Galve, Susana (Frontiers Media, 2011)
      Cartilaginous fishes (chondrichthyans) represent an ancient radiation of vertebrates currently considered the sister group of the group of gnathostomes with a bony skeleton that gave rise to land vertebrates. This out-group ...
    • Striking structural dynamism and nucleotide sequence variation of the transposon Galileo in the genome of Drosophila mojavensis 

      Marzo, Mar; Bello Paderne, Xabier; Puig, Marta; Maside Rodríguez, Xulio; Ruiz, Alfredo (BioMed Central, 2013)
      Background Galileo is a transposable element responsible for the generation of three chromosomal inversions in natural populations of Drosophila buzzatii. Although the most characteristic feature of Galileo is the long ...
    • The Shark Alar Hypothalamus: Molecular Characterization of Prosomeric Subdivisions and Evolutionary Trends 

      Santos Durán, Gabriel Nicolás; Ferreiro Galve, Susana; Menuet, Arnaud; Quintana Urzainqui, Idoia; Mazan, Sylvie; Rodríguez-Moldes Rey, María Isabel; Candal Suárez, Eva María (Frontiers Media, 2016-11-24)
      The hypothalamus is an important physiologic center of the vertebrate brain involved in the elaboration of individual and species survival responses. To better understand the ancestral organization of the alar hypothalamus ...
    • What are the principles that govern life? 

      Gómez Márquez, Jaime José (Taylor & Francis, 2020)
      We know that living matter must behave in accordance with the universal laws of physics and chemistry. However, these laws are insufficient to explain the specific characteristics of the vital phenomenon and, therefore, ...





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