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Maintenance of a hybrid zone: The role of female mate choice

University of California Press, Journals Division
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  • 060800 Zoology
  • Australian Magpie
  • Cracticus Tibicen
  • Divergent Selection
  • Extrapair Fertilization
  • Hybrid Zone
  • Inbreeding Avoidance
  • Mate Choice
  • Positive Assortative Mating
  • Medicine


Microsoft Word - PRO-TAMINE5-Mar-2006V6.doc Queensland University of Technology - School of Engineering Systems and IHBI Page 1 of 14 Welcome to PRO-TAMINE ! This newsletter is published once a year. It provides important information on the current developments of the PRO-TAMINE research project about biomedical devices for evidence-based management of lower limb amputees We’re on the Web! See us at: http://www.bee.qut.e d/JR3-project.htm Editor Laurent Frossard (PhD) Project Manager School of Engineering Systems [email protected] Newsletter - Issue 5, March 2006 PROject of TeleAmbulatory Monitoring In a Natural Environment of lower limb amputees Editorial This newsletter is long overdue! As you will read, the last 18 months have been very exciting for the team with many positive developments. The PRO-TAMINE project is certainly growing stronger and bigger every year judging by the number of publications, grants, strategic local, national and international collaborations, cutting-edge data collections, new staff, invitations to key research events, etc... TABLE OF CONTENTS p Important events since last newsletter 2 p School of Engineering Systems 2 p Successful ARC Linkage Project Grant 3 p Update on recent grants 3 p First international meeting for the PRO-TAMINE team 4 p CSIRO E-Health Research Centre: A new partner 4 p Collaboration with University of Surrey, UK 5 p Visit to University of Reykjavík, Iceland 5 p Visit of European organizations 6 p Recall of the current partners 7 p Article in the scientific review “Kinesitherapie” 7 p 2004 ISPO conference in Hong Kong 8 p Dr Winson Lee, new Post-Doctoral Fellow 8 p Nicola Cairns, new PhD student 8 p Update on recent publications 9 p We are on ePrint! 9

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