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Piles, M., M. H. Bakr, L.Tusell, J. P. Sánchez, E. Blas, J. Ramon, and O. Rafel, "The effect of high environmental temperature on doe performance during lactation", The 10th World Rabbit Congress, . Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, 3-6 September, 2012. e-piles.pdf
Pimprikar, G. D., B. R. Norment, and J. R. Heitz, "Toxicity of rose bengal to various instars of Culex pipiens quinquefasciatus and Aedes triseriatus", Environmental Entomology, vol. 8, issue 5: Oxford University Press Oxford, UK, pp. 856-859, 1979. Abstract
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Pimprikar, G. D., J. E. Fondren Jr, and J. R. Heitz, "Small-and large-scale field tests of erythrosin B for house fly control in caged layer chicken houses", Environmental Entomology, vol. 9, issue 1: Oxford University Press Oxford, UK, pp. 53-58, 1980. Abstract
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Pimprikar, G. D., and G. P. Georghiou, "Mechanisms of resistance to diflubenzuron in the house fly, Musca domestica (L.)", Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, vol. 12, issue 1: Academic Press, pp. 10-22, 1979. Abstract
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Pimprikar, G. D., B. L. Noe, B. R. Norment, and J. R. Heitz, "Ovicidal, Larvicidal, and Biotic Effects of Xanthene Derivatives in the House Fly, Musca domestica L.", Environmental Entomology, vol. 9, issue 6: Oxford University Press Oxford, UK, pp. 785-788, 1980. Abstract
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Pinelas, S., S. R. Grace, and R. P. Argawal, Oscillation Criteria for a Certain Fourth Order Sublinear Dynamic Equations on Time Scales, : Annals of Differential Equations, 2011. Abstract
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Pinelas, S., S. R. Grace, and R. P. Argawal, Oscillatory behaviour of odd order neutral delay dynamic equations on time-scales, : International Journal of Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations, 2012. Abstract
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Pinelas, S., R. P. Agarwal, and S. R. Grace, Oscillation criteria for certain fourth order nonlinear difference equations, : Communications in Applied Analysis, 2010. Abstract
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Pinelas, S., S. R. Grace, R. P. Argawal, and M. Bohner, Oscillation of Some Fourth-Order Difference Equations, : International Journal of Difference Equations, 2011. Abstract
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Pinelas, S., S. R. Grace, and R. P. Argawal, Oscillation criteria for nth order nonlinear dynamic equations on time-scales, : Journal of the Indian Mathematical Society, 2013. Abstract
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Pinelas, S., S. R. Grace, and R. P. Argawal, On the oscillation of fourth order superlinear dynamic equations on time scales, : Dynamic Systems and Applications, 2011. Abstract
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Pirchner, F., A. Mostageer, M. A. Morsy, A. A. Nigm, and N. S. Rashad, "The potential of crossbreeding between native and European breeds for dairy production", International symposium on the constraints and possibilities of ruminant production in the dry subtropics, Cairo (Egypt), 5-7 Nov 1988: Pudoc, 1989. Abstract
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Pirchner, F., A. Mostageer, M. A. Morsy, A. A. Nigm, and N. S. Rashad, "The potential of crossbreeding between native and European breeds for dairy production", International symposium on the constraints and possibilities of ruminant production in the dry subtropics, Cairo (Egypt), 5-7 Nov 1988: Pudoc, 1989. Abstract
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Pisapia, J. M., X. Xu, J. Kelly, J. Yeung, G. Carrion, H. Tong, S. Meghan, O. M. El-Falaky, S. M. Grady, D. H. Smith, et al., "Microthrombosis After Experimental Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Time Course and Effect of Red Blood Cell-Bound Thrombin-Activated Pro-Urokinase and Clazosentan", Experimental Neurology, vol. 233, issue 1, pp. 357–363, 2011. AbstractCU-PDF.pdf

Delayed cerebral ischemia (DCI) is a significant cause of morbidity and mortality for patients surviving the rupture of an intracranial aneurysm.

Pisapia, J. M., X. Xu, J. Kelly, J. Yeung, G. Carrion, H. Tong, S. Meghan, O. M. El-Falaky, S. M. Grady, D. H. Smith, et al., "Microthrombosis after experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage: time course and effect of red blood cell-bound thrombin-activated pro-urokinase and clazosentan.", Experimental neurology, vol. 233, issue 1, pp. 357-63, 2012 Jan. Abstract

Delayed cerebral ischemia (DCI) is a significant cause of morbidity and mortality for patients surviving the rupture of an intracranial aneurysm. Despite an association between vasospasm and DCI, thrombosis and thromboembolism may also contribute to DCI. In this study we investigate the time course of intravascular microclot formation after experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) and assess the effects of the following two drugs on microclot burden: mutant thrombin-activated urokinase-type plasminogen activator (scFv/uPA-T), which is bound to red blood cells for use as a thromboprophylactic agent, and clazosentan, an endothelin antagonist. In the first study, adult male C57BL/6 mice were sacrificed at 24 (n=5), 48 (n=6), 72 (n=8), and 96 (n=3) hours after SAH induced by filament perforation of the anterior cerebral artery. Sham animals (n=5) underwent filament insertion without puncture. In the second study, animals received scFv/uPA-T (n=5) 3 hours after hemorrhage, clazosentan (n=5) by bolus and subcutaneous pump after SAH just prior to skin closure, or a combination of scFv/uPA-T and clazosentan (n=4). Control (n=6) and sham (n=5) animals received saline alone. All animals were sacrificed at 48 hours and underwent intra-cardiac perfusion with 4% paraformaldehyde. The brains were then extracted and sliced coronally on a cryostat and processed for immunohistochemistry. An antibody recognizing thrombin-anti-thrombin complexes was used to detect microclots on coronal slices. Microclot burden was calculated for each animal and compared among groups. Following SAH, positive anti-thrombin staining was detected bilaterally in the following brain regions, in order of decreasing frequency: cortex; hippocampus; hypothalamus; basal ganglia. Few microclots were found in the shams. Microclot burden peaked at 48 hours and then decreased gradually. Animals receiving scFv/uPA-T and scFv/uPA-T+clazosentan had a lower microclot burden than controls, whereas animals receiving clazosentan alone had a higher microclot burden (p<0.005). The overall mortality rate in the time course study was 40%; mortality was highest among control animals in the second study. Intravascular microclots form in a delayed fashion after experimental SAH. Microclots may be safely reduced using a novel form of thromboprophylaxis provided by RBC-targeted scFv/uPA-T and represent a potential target for therapeutic intervention in the treatment of DCI.

Pitman, M. A., and J. A. Maxwell, "Qualitative {Approaches} to {Evaluation}: {Models} and {Methods}", The {Handbook} of {Qualitative} {Research} in {Education}, San Diego, California, Academic Press, pp. 729–770, 1992. Abstract
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Platzer, E. G., M. B. G., and M. M. Shamseldean, "Mermithid Nematodes, Chapter 23, In: Nematodes as Biological Control Agents.", A CABI book edited by P. S. Grewal, R. Ehlers and D. I. Shapiro-llan, CABI Publ. (England), no. 528, pp. 411–418, 2005. Abstract
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Plaumann, A., S. Rauschenbach, J. Bielfeldt, C. Springer, M. Kahl, K. Fawzy El-Sayed, C. E. Dörfer, and C. Graetz, "Effectiveness of Biofilm Removal-Influence of Experience", IADR Program Book Abstr, issue 1313, 2014. Abstract
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Plessing, T., C. Kortschik, N. Peters, M. S. Mansour, and R. K. Cheng, "Measurements of the turbulent burning velocity and the structure of premixed flames on a low-swirl burner", Symposium (International) on Combustion, vol. 28, no. 1, Edinburgh, pp. 359-365, 2000. AbstractWebsite

A method has been developed to accurately determine the turbulent burning velocity in planar turbulent premixed flames stabilized by a low swirl. Six lean methane/air flames have been investigated covering the flamelet as well as the thin reaction zones regime. The probability of finding the instantaneous flame front is measured together with the velocity field by combining simultaneously OH-laser-induced predissociative fluorescence with either Rayleigh thermometry or particle image velocimetry (PIV). It is demonstrated that the turbulent flame brush thickness is independent of v'/sL and that the turbulent burning velocity agrees with predictions from a model equation for the flame surface area ratio using the level set approach. The measurements of the two-dimensional flowfield show a recirculation zone downstream of the flame stabilization area. This exhibits a comparable flow pattern to stagnation point flames. However, mean strain rates are much lower since the flames stabilize close to the burner exit, and the flame is not influenced by the recirculation zone. A comparison of the root-mean-square velocities obtained from Laser-Doppler Amemometry measurements to those determined by PIV show a good agreement. It can be shown that turbulence is attenuated in the flame zone and only moderately increased behind it.

Plessing, T., P. Terhoeven, N. Peters, and M. S. Mansour, "An experimental and numerical study of a laminar triple flame", Combustion and Flame, vol. 115, no. 3, pp. 335-353, 1998. AbstractWebsite

A lifted laminar axisymmetric diffusion flame is stabilized in the downstream region of a diluted methane jet that is surrounded by a lean methane-air co-flow and an outer co-flow of air. The flame shows a distinct triple flame structure in the stabilization region. It is investigated experimentally by PIV for the velocity field, OH-LIPF imaging, C2H(x)-LIF imaging, and a 1D-Raman technique for major species concentrations, combined with a Rayleigh technique for temperature. This is complemented by numerical simulations solving the two-dimensional axisymmetric Navier-Stokes equations in the zero Mach number limit on an adapted mesh, coupled with balance equations for temperature and species. A simplified model for molecular transport properties was used with constant, but non-unity, Lewis numbers for all species. Chemistry is represented by a ten-step reduced mechanism for methane oxidation, which was derived starting from a 61-step elementary mechanism that includes the C1 and C2 chains. The agreement between the measured and the predicted flow field is very satisfactory. Owing to gas expansion, the velocity decreases immediately ahead of the flame and increases strongly at the flame front. Further downstream acceleration due to buoyancy is dominant and is predicted accurately. There is a good agreement between measurements and computations for flame shape and flame length. The measured OH-LIPF image and the computed OH concentrations indicate that OH is concentrated in the vicinity of stoichiometric mixture. The results from a newly developed C2H(x)-LIF method are also supported by calculations. While these measurements were only qualitative, the temperature and mole fractions of the major species could be measured quantitatively with the combined Raman-/Rayleigh technique along a line and were found to agree well with the numerical predictions. It is found that the structure is a triple flame and is influenced essentially by two external parameters: heat exchange between the branches and heat loss at the curved flame front near the triple point.

Plich, H., and E. S. Hegazi, "Induction of feathers in apple trees in the first years of growth in the nursery", Fruit Sci. Rep. , vol. 4, pp. 11—21., 1977.
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