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Behavioral and biochemical mechanisms of olfactory imprinting and homing by Coho salmon
The final freshwater phase of the Pacific salmon's homing migration is governed primarily by the olfactory discrimination of homestream water. Prior to their seaward migration, juvenile salmon learn site-specific odors associated with their home stream and later use these odor memories for homing. Experimental evidence suggests ...
Clinical and organizational impact of multiple changes in critical care: a case study
This research evaluated the impact of a natural cluster of change in one community hospital division on clinical and organizational performance of the hospital's critical care units. The divisional changes were comprised of multiple changes in physical facilities of the critical care units, technology and divisional leadership. ...