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fission–fusion


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Fission, Fusion, and the Simple View

Fission, Fusion, and the Simple View

Emerging functions of mammalian mitochondrial fusion and fission

Fusion and Fission of Cognitive Functions in the Human Parietal Cortex

Spontaneous telomere to telomere fusions occur in unperturbed fission yeast cells

Centromere Fissions, Complementary Isochromosomes, Telomeric Fusions, Balancing Supernumerary Chromosomes, and Jumping Translocations

Measuring variation in the frequency of group fission and fusion from continuous monitoring of group sizes

Gene fusion/fission is a major contributor to evolution of multi-domain bacterial proteins

Roosting behavior and group decision making in 2 syntopic bat species with fission–fusion societies

Generating Power: Fission, Fusion, and Postmodern Politics in Bambara's The Salt Eaters

The shape of things to come: mitochondrial fusion and fission in the adult heart

Mitochondrial dynamics–fusion, fission, movement, and mitophagy–in neurodegenerative diseases

Evolution of Prokaryotic Two-Component System Signaling Pathways: Gene Fusions and Fissions

Rate and Polarity of Gene Fusion and Fission in Oryza sativa and Arabidopsis thaliana

Mitochondrial fusion/fission process involved in the improvement of catalpol on high glucose-induced hepatic mitochondrial dysfunction

Roost Fidelity and Fission–Fusion Dynamics of White-Striped Free-Tailed Bats (Tadarida australis)

Alterations of Ultrastructural and Fission/Fusion Markers in Hepatocyte Mitochondria From Mice Following Calorie Restriction With Different Dietary Fats

 

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A mode of social organization where a community breaks apart into several separate units (fission) for some of the year before coming back together again (fusing) as a single whole for the rest of the time. Such patterns may be seen in hunter‐gatherer groups who work to exploit particular resources in specialist groups, and in transhumant pastoralist societies where part of the community takes the animals to summer pastures well away from the main residence areas.

Subjects: Archaeology.


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