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Back to the top. Graham Louw, President of the Anatomical Society of Southern Africa (ASSA), presents the ASSA Distinguished Member Award to Stephen Carmichael at the recent meeting of the Society in Windhoek, Namibia. Stephen is the current editor-in-chief of Clinical Anatomy and it is the official journal of the ASSA. The Distinguished Member Award is the highest honor bestowed by the ASSA. Back to the top. Although BMC Urology does not restrict the length and quantity of data included in an article, we encourage authors to provide datasets, tables, movies, or other information as additional files. Please note: All Additional files will be published along with the article. Do not include files such as patient consent forms, certificates of language editing, or revised versions of the main manuscript document with tracked changes. Results that would otherwise be indicated as "data not shown" can and should be included as additional files. Since many weblinks and URLs rapidly become broken, BMC Urology requires that supporting data are included as additional files, or deposited in a recognized repository. The maximum file size for additional files is 20 MB each, and files will be virus-scanned on submission. The bacteria stendra online
active in the biodegradation of the contaminants excrete extracellular surfactant-like polymers during their metabolic cycle. These surfactant polymers mobilized the hydrocarbon contaminants to levels physically lower in the soil pile, from which the samples had been collected. At this point the cover was partially removed to improve aeration of the cell and the "hot spots" were sampled again after 156 days of operation. Four of the five samples yielded oil and grease levels below the limit of detection. Between day 53 and day 156 of the biosystem operation a total of 20 soil samples were taken from the biodegradation cell and analyzed for oil and grease. It is the first known Neotropical member of Probstmayria. This genus, as well as the closely related Fitzsimmonsnema, is parasitic in phylogenically distant groups of vertebrates with the common trait of possessing a voluminous gut. Probstmayria is considered to be a very ancient group, since the parasite of tapir described here must have been isolated at least from the Paleocene era, and is remarkable in its morphological and biological homogeneity. Suspected neonatal isoerythrolysis in two Baird's tapirs. J ournal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine..