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population laboratory

population laboratory

Fitness, Demography, and Population Dynamics in Laboratory Experiments

Rural Epidemiology: Insights from a Rural Population Laboratory*

Dose Response of Laboratory Markers to Alcohol Consumption in a General Population

Singapore and coronary heart disease: a population laboratory to explore ethnic variations in the epidemiologic transition

Glutathione S-Transferase and Insecticide Resistance in Laboratory Strains and Field Populations of Musca domestica

Temperature Effects on the Dynamics of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) Populations in the Laboratory

Determination and Consideration of Flight Potential in a Laboratory Population of True Armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)

Aedes aegypti Densonucleosis Virus Amplifies, Spreads, and Reduces Host Populations in Laboratory Cage Studies

The biology and some population parameters of the grasshopper, Ronderosia bergi, under laboratory conditions

Field and Laboratory Efficacy of Three Insecticides for Population Management of the Asian Cockroach (Dictyoptera: Blattellidae)

Morphological, Genetic, and Behavioral Comparisons of Two Prairie Vole Populations in the Field and Laboratory

Control of microbial threats: Population surveillance, vaccine studies, and the microbiological laboratory

Population-Based Discovery of Toxicogenomics Biomarkers for Hepatotoxicity Using a Laboratory Strain Diversity Panel

Recombination Alters the Dynamics of Adaptation on Standing Variation in Laboratory Yeast Populations

Cervical Adenocarcinoma in Situ in the United States: Results from Population-based Laboratory Surveillance, 2008–2014

Clinical and laboratory findings between Legionella and Non-Legionella pneumonia in a Veteran population

Effectiveness of Methoprene, an Insect Growth Regulator, Against Temephos-Resistant Aedes aegypti Populations from Different Brazilian Localities, Under Laboratory Conditions

 

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A community that has been identified, delineated, its numbers counted, and its characteristics documented in order that it can be used as the setting for genetic, biological, behavioral, epidemiological, or other studies, usually over a period of years or even decades. Examples include Framingham, Massachusetts; Tecumseh, Michigan; and Peckham, England.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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