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    • Ruz, Manuel; Castillo-Duran, Carlos; Lara, Ximena; Codoceo, Juana; Rebolledo, Annabella; Alalah, Eduardo (American Society for Nutrition, 1997)
      Apparently healthy preschool children (46 boys, 52 girls) aged 27-50 mo from low socioeconomic conditions who attended daycare centers in Santiago participated in a 14-mo long double-blind zinc supplementation trial. Unlike ...
    • Bustamante Araya, Ramiro; Alves, Lúa; Goncalves, Estefany; Duarte, Milen; Herrera, Ileana (Pensoft, 2020)
      Functional traits that predict plant invasiveness are a central issue in invasion ecology. However, in many cases they are difficult to determine, especially for a large set of species. Climatic niche traits can overcome ...
    • Rutllant, José A.; Masotti, Italo; Calderón, Janette; Vega, Sergio A. (2004)
      Southerly wind pulses are repeatedly observed in connection with upwelling off Point Curaumilla (33°S), around 20km south of Valparaíso. The remote forcing of coastal upwelling associated with intraseasonal coastal-trapped ...
    • Carter, Eric D.; Sánchez Delgado, Marcelo (Fundaco Oswaldo Cruz, Brasil, 2020)
      In the history of Latin American social medicine, numerous works have presented a harmonious link between Rudolf Virchow, Max Westenhofer, and Salvador Allende, which establishes the origin of ideas of Latin American social ...
    • Bergoeing Vela, Raphael; Kehoe, Patrick J; Kehoe, Timothy J; Soto, Raimundo (Elsevier, 2002)
      Chile and Mexico experienced severe economic crises in the early 1980s. This paper analyzes four possible explanations for why Chile recovered much faster than Mexico did. Comparing data from the two countries allows us ...
    • Azat, Claudio; Valenzuela Sánchez, Andrés; Delgado, Soledad; Cunningham, Andrew A.; Alvarado Rybak, Mario; Bourke, Johara; Briones, Raúl; Cabeza, Osvaldo; Castro Carrasco, Camila; Charrier, Andrés; Correa, Cludio; Crump, Martha L.; Cuevas, César C.; Maza, Mariano de la; Díaz Vidal, Sandra; Flores, Edgardo; Harding, Gemma; Lavilla, Esteban O.; Méndez Torres, Marco Antonio; Oberwemmer, Frank; Ortiz, Juan Carlos; Pastore, Hernán; Peñafiel Ricaurte, Alexandra; Rojas Salinas, Leonora; Serrano, José Manuel; Sepúlveda, Maximiliano A.; Toledo, Verónica; Úbeda, Carmen; Uribe Rivera, David E.; Valdivia, Catalina; Wren, Sally; Angulo, Ariadne (Cambridge Univ Press, 2021)
      Darwin's frogs Rhinoderma darwinii and Rhinoderma rufum are the only known species of amphibians in which males brood their offspring in their vocal sacs. We propose these frogs as flagship species for the conservation of ...
    • Carreño, J.; Vyhmeister, G.; Grau, L.; Ivanovic, D. (2006)
      Objective: In the last decades, the epidemiological and demographic transition in Chile has resulted in a considerable increase in diet-related non-communicable chronic diseases. The aim of this study was to determine the ...
    • Núñez Serrano, Oriele; Silva Peña, Ilich; Toro Núñez Correo, Daniela (Editorial Ciencias Medicas, 2016)
      © All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Introduction: It is an analysis about the strength of Program for specialization of medical doctors ...
    • Bogan, Sergio; Agnolin, Federico L.; Otero, Rodrigo A.; Brisson Egli, Federico; Suárez, Mario E.; Soto Acuña, Sergio; Novas, Fernando E. (Elsevier, 2017)
      We describe isolated shark teeth collected from levels of the Calafate Formation at the SE coast of the Argentino Lake, Calafate city, Santa Cruz province, Argentina (Atlantic Ocean), and from the Algarrobo coast at the ...
    • Alam, M. A.; Parada Reyes, Miguel (Pergamon-Elsevier Science, 2016)
      Risacher et al. (2011) have presented voluminous data on thermal waters of Chile that is quite appreciable; however, their work still falls short on several counts. The most notable shortcoming of the work is the presentation ...
    • Ratner, Rinat; Hernández, Paulina; Martel, Jorge; Atalah, Eduardo (Sociedad Chilena de Nutricion Bromatologia y Toxilogica, 2017)
      © 2017, Sociedad Chilena de Nutricion Bromatologia y Toxilogica. All rights reserved. Various methodologies have been proposed to assess the overall quality of diet, but there are no specific indicators in Latin America. ...
    • Palma, Gisella; Barra Pantoja, Fernando; Reich Morales, Martin; Simon, Adam C.; Romero, Rurik (Elsevier, 2020)
      Magnetite is the most important iron ore in iron oxide-apatite (IOA) deposits which represent the Cu-poor endmember of the iron oxide-copper-gold (IOCG) clan. Magnetite chemistry has been used as a petrogenetic indicator ...
    • Araya, Juan Francisco; Catalán, Ricardo (Pensoft Publishers, 2014)
      Terrestrial mollusca are sparsely studied in Chile and, for the first time, a formal record of the diversity of land snails in northern Chile is reported. Coastal and desertic areas in the Region of Atacama, in the border ...
    • Lafourcade, Carlos Andrés; Fernández, Anllely; Ramírez, Juan Pablo; Corvalán, Katherine; Carrasco, Miguel Ángel; Iturriaga, Andrés; Bátiz, Luis Federico; Luarte, Alejandro; Wyneken, Úrsula (MDPI, 2020)
      Stress is a widespread problem in today's societies, having important consequences on brain function. Among the plethora of mechanisms involved in the stress response at the molecular level, the role of microRNAs (miRNAs) ...
    • Parham, James F.; Otero, Rodrigo A.; Suárez, Mario E. (Academic Press, 2014)
      The taxonomic status of turtle specimens from the Upper Cretaceous (upper Maastrichtian) Quiriquina Formation of Chile is unresolved. The previously described specimens were considered either stem-cheloniid sea turtles or ...
    • Mattar Bader, Cristián; Guzmán Ibarra, María Cristina (Elsevier, 2017)
      Offshore wind energy potential and its technical and economic feasibility were determined in Chile. Wind speed data from ERA-Interim reanalysis 10 m above the sea surface between 1979 and 2014 was used. The capacity factor ...
    • Allison, Marvin J.; Hossaini, Ali A.; Munizaga, Juan; Fung, Rosa (1978)
      ABO blood groups of Peruvian and Chilean mummies were determined with the agglutination‐inhibition method. In Peru all ABO blood groups were found in the period from 3000 B.C. to 1400 A.D.; from this period to 1650 only A ...
    • Lobos, Gabriel; Bobadilla, Patricio; Alzamora, Alejandra; Thomson, Roberto F. (2011)
      Landfills are considered an attractive habitat for several bird species; however, implications of this condition have not yet been explored in the country. We monitored birds' activity patterns that use a landfill located ...
    • Cattan Ayala, Pedro; Pinochet, Angélica; Botto Mahan, Carezza; Acuña, Mariana I.; Canals Lambarri, Mauricio (Fundacao Oswaldo Cruz, 2002)
      Mepraia spinolai is a silvatic species of Triatominae which prefers microhabitats near to or in rock piles. It is also able to maintain similar or higher size populations near houses. The density of bugs in quarries near ...
    • Aguirre Vilchés, Ximena Natalia; López Benavides, María Paz (Universidad de Chile, 2005)
      El propósito de esta Memoria, entonces, consiste en analizar los tipos penales que quedan comprendidos dentro del delito de abuso sexual contra niños, ya sea propio, impropio, o agravado, así como también, los tipos que ...