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“…Hawkins et al (24) found that biological control agents causing less than 36% parasitism of target hosts were not effective in suppressing host populations; however, the biology of species that can become pests may allow them to sustain higher parasitism levels than native species in a complex natural environment. Because all of the alien parasitoids reared were introduced to the Hawaiian Islands before 1945 (25) (3,26,27 ) and have likely been established in the Alakai Swamp for many years, it seems probable that the moth species we collected have suffered attack from the parasitoids for decades and will persist. However, it is also possible that some more vulnerable native species disappeared before we began our study (28).…”
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“…Hawkins et al (24) found that biological control agents causing less than 36% parasitism of target hosts were not effective in suppressing host populations; however, the biology of species that can become pests may allow them to sustain higher parasitism levels than native species in a complex natural environment. Because all of the alien parasitoids reared were introduced to the Hawaiian Islands before 1945 (25) (3,26,27 ) and have likely been established in the Alakai Swamp for many years, it seems probable that the moth species we collected have suffered attack from the parasitoids for decades and will persist. However, it is also possible that some more vulnerable native species disappeared before we began our study (28).…”
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“…Guidelines set forth by the various pharmaceutical organizations to increase end-of-life emphasis in US pharmacy schools are being taken seriously. Today’s pharmacists should feel better prepared to relate to patients diagnosed with terminal illnesses than reported by Beardsley and colleagues 12 over a third of a century ago when they noted that pharmacists spent significantly more time discussing the patient’s disease when nonterminal, in contrast to a terminally ill patient with cancer.…”
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