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Articles from Springer a leading global scientific publisher of scientific books and journals. - dna immigration @ Thu, 19 Jul 2018 at 07:31 AM
Genetics and Tropical Forests - Tropical Forestry Handbook @ 2021-01-01
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Genetics and Tropical Forests - Tropical Forestry Handbook @ 2021-01-01
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Identification: Biometrics, or a Real-Time ‘Who Is Who’ - Counter-Terrorism Technologies @ 2019-01-01
In this first chapter of the book’s second part, I argue that the best way to deal with terrorism is to nip a planned terrorist attack in the bud. One way to do so is by discerning innocent citizens who have a right to be at certain locations from those who have not, and whose intentions are dubious, via a swift and reliable but non-intrusive identification and verification process. I introduce the main biometrics that are used in this regard, first discussing physical biometrics such as facial recognition, iris scans, voice scans or fingerprints, to then move on to behavioural ones such as one’s gait. Since most of them are not (yet) fool proof, especially not as stand-alone technologies, I make the case for multimodal-based biometric systems which currently are under development.
 
Human Thermodynamics and Culture (I) - Human-Earth System Dynamics @ 2019-01-01
Why did humans begin their first cultural change? This could likely happen only after humans—especially those who were the most physically inferior—found that the environment in which they were living had changed or that they could not compete with other, stronger carnivores. During this process, humans began to learn how to use simple tools and to create more complicated cultural traditions. As a result of population growth on the one hand and of the constraints in living spaces and resources available on the other hand, some groups of humans began to migrate out of Africa. Existing archaeological findings suggest that Homo sapiens existed in environmentally and geographically diverse areas. Of course, this has been the result of “natural selection” of human beings and has followed the so-called Win-Stay Lose-Shift principle. However, historians and anthropologists have highly simplified, if not dismissed, the biological factors that may have decided or influenced the dynamic behaviors of humans and civilizations.
 
Politicized Economy and Its Effects on Business Sustainability: A Case Study on Romania - Civil Society: The Engine for Economic and Social Well-Being @ 2019-01-01
Globalization produces contradictory results and creates important loopholes in the socioeconomic dynamics of the world. In light of world politics and recent developments, (such as the proliferation of nationalist and populist parties and of the isolationist ideas culminating in the Brexit), the globalization idealists begin to understand that globalization is not an easy process to govern, given the fact that it implies the cohabitation of non-heterogeneous, multicultural populations. Besides the challenge brought by the stirred global context, Romania faces another complex challenge, consisting in the unprecedented interfering of the political sector in the very pillars of the society: democracy, the state law, and the market economy. The present paper intends to investigate the extent to which the politicization of the economy could have a major impact on the stability of the Romanian economy as a whole and on the sustainability of local businesses, in particular.
 
Title: - Conservation Genetics @ 2018-08-01
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Title: - Conservation Genetics @ 2018-08-01
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The study of glacial relict species has been focused on understanding how the biogeographic patterns of species have developed. A number of studies using phylogenetic and population genetics approaches have been conducted for terrestrial glacial relict species, and the mechanisms of their formation have been elucidated. On the other hand, less focus has been placed on glacial relict species inhabiting freshwater systems. In particular, stable lakes can serve as refugia during a glacial period, but research studies on freshwater relict species inhabiting lakes have not been well conducted. In order to clarify the mechanism of the glacial relict species in freshwater, we conducted a molecular phylogeny analysis, divergence time estimation, and a biogeographic reconstruction on freshwater Valvatidae molluscs, which have been considered as a glacial relict in the Japanese Archipelago. Our study shows that the valvatid fauna in the Japanese Archipelago was produced by multiple dispersal events from the Asian continent and by vicariance events during the period of the Pliocene–Quaternary glaciation. It includes multiple relict species that survived interglacial periods in different lakes. These findings suggest that the lakes can serve as refugia not only during glacial periods, but also during interglacial periods.
 
Title: - Conservation Genetics @ 2018-08-01
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Title: - Conservation Genetics @ 2018-08-01
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