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Allison M Ezzat, Amy Schneeberg, Elise S Huisman, Lynita D White, Carol Kennedy, Lenerdene A Levesque, Alex Scott, Alison M Hoens
PURPOSE: To evaluate the awareness and use of the Achilles tendinopathy toolkit (ATT), a knowledge translation (KT) strategy supporting evidence-informed management of midportion Achilles Tendinopathy (AT), by British Columbian physiotherapists (PTs). Secondarily, to assess PTs strategies for AT management by examining the association between exploring the ATT and following best practice in clinical care as recommended by the ATT. METHODS: Members of the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia (BC) completed an online cross-sectional survey collecting information on demographics; awareness and exposure; perceptions, usability and applicability to clinical practice; knowledge; and attitudes...
March 23, 2016: Disability and Rehabilitation
Nadiah P Kristensen, Nancy A Schellhorn, Andrew D Hulthen, Lynita J Howie, Paul J De Barro
The aphelinid parasitoid Eretmocerus hayati Zolnerowich & Rose (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) was recently released in Australia as a biocontrol agent against the crop pest Bemisia tabaci Gennadius (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae). It was found that the parasitoid can spread over several kilometers in a single generation and continue laying eggs for over a fortnight. A simple wind-advection model was fitted to emergence data from a first release between Fassifern and Kalbar, Queensland, and its predictive ability was tested against the second release near Carnarvon, Western Australia...
December 2013: Environmental Entomology
Larry R Hilburn, Lynita M Cooksey
Electrophoretically detectable isozyme differences in 15 populations of Anopheles quadrimaculatus (Say) (sensu stricto) from eastern Arkansas were compared to measure levels of genetic diversity and study the sources of the variation. All of the enzyme loci had 2-7 alleles. Average levels of polymorphism per population were 88.9%. Heterozygotes for alleles of at least 1 of the 9 loci made up an average overall loci of 0.323 +/- 0.078 of the individuals examined. F-statistic analysis suggested a small, but statistically significant interpopulation differentiation of heterozygote frequency...
January 2004: Journal of Medical Entomology
Larry R Hilburn, Jesse W Parrack, Lynita M Cooksey
A comparison of electrophoretically detectable isozyme differences in 6 populations of Anopheles quadrimaculatus (sensu stricto) from northeastern Arkansas was undertaken to test the hypothesis that microgeographic variation in habitat types was promoting significant within- and between-population genetic diversity. Genetic heterogeneity within populations was substantial, with all of the enzyme loci examined having 2-7 alleles and average levels of polymorphisms per population between 54.5 and 72.7%. Heterozygotes made up an average over all loci of between 20...
March 2003: Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association
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