UPRM Digital Institutional Repository
The Digital Institutional Repository at the University of Puerto Rico in Mayaguez—DiRe.UPRM—is a central, digital data storage site for the scientific and creative work of the university. The DSpace platform provides access to documents in different formats created by university faculty and students. The purpose is to share and promote the UPRM’s intellectual production, enhance the institution’s prestige locally and internationally, project the university system, and provide open access to knowledge.
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Impactos de las transferencias de fondos directas a individuos en la mano de obra del sector cafetalero This study seeks to determine how both the Social Security Disability Benefits and the Nutritional Assistance Program (NAP) have affected the labor supply of farm laborers and the coffee pickers, and to estimate a production ...
Recent studies suggest that the oceanic nitrogen budget is unbalanced, primarily due to a high nitrogen removal in contrast to the fixation rate. This imbalance likely results from denitrification activity in continental ...
Sexual reproduction in the Caribbean coral genus colpophyllia (Scleractinia: Mussidae) in Puerto Rico Three species of Caribbean scleractinian coral have been described within the genus Colpophyllia, C. natans, C. breviserialis and C. amaranthus, but only C. natans seems to be widely recognized by the scientific community. ...
Parvoviruses are small, non-enveloped, icosahedral viruses that contain a linear, single-stranded DNA genome of approximately 5000 bp. Parvovirus LuIII is an autonomous parvovirus that shares up to 80% of sequence homology ...