The Sede Boqer Students' Journal Article Library
Welcome to the Sede Boqer Journal Library. Here you can find articles already printed by other students, so that you don't have to print them out again.
To search, type the jornal/article title, keyword, year of publication, the author name or even page number into the find box. Remember to search for both British and American spellings (e.g. behaviour and behavior) if necessary.
Candolin U & Voigt HR (2001) No effect of a parasite on reproduction in stickleback males: a laboratory artefact? PARASITOLOGY, Vol. 122 (4), pp 457-464 Keywords: host-parasite interaction, environmental effects, sexual sifnaling, Schistocephalus solidus, three-spined stickleback, Gastrosteus aculeatus.
Capuano G, Piccioni E & Standardi A (1998) Effect of different treatments on the conversion of M.26 apple rootstock synthetic seeds obtained from encapsulated apical and axillary micropropagated buds JOURNAL OF HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY, Vol. 73 (3), pp 299-305.
Choudhury BJ (1997) Global pattern of potential evaporation calculated from the Penman-Monteith equation using satellite and assimilated data REMOTE SENSING OF ENVIRONMENT, Vol. 61 (1), pp 64-81.
Christe P, Richner H and Oppliger A(1996) Of great tits and fleas: sleep baby sleep... ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR, Vol. 52 (6), pp 1087-1092.
Clayton DH (1990) Mate choise in expermentally parasitized rock doves: lousy males lose AMERICAN ZOOLOGIST, Vol. 30, pp 251-262.
Clutton-Brock TH, Russell AF, Sharpe LL, Young AJ, Balmforth Z & McIlrath GM (2002) Evolution and Development of Sex Differences in Cooperative Behavior in Meerkats SCIENCE, Vol. 297, pp 64-81.
Cohen B (2004) Urban Growth in Developing Countries: A Review of Current Trends and a Caution Regarding Existing Forecasts WORLD DEVELOPMENT, Vol. 32 (1), pp 23-51 Keywords: urbanization, city growth, Africa, Asia, Latin America.
Coley PD, Bryant JP & Chapin FS (1985) Resource availability and plant antiherbivore defense SCIENCE, Vol. 230, pp 895-899.
Cvejic JH & Rohmer M (2000) CO2 as a main carbon source for isoprenoid biosynthesis via the mevalonate-independent methylerythritol 4-phosphate route in the marine diatoms Phaeodactylum tricornutum and Nitzschia ovalis PHYTOCHEMISTRY, Vol. 53, pp 21-28.