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Bologna is a relatively complete medieval ancient city in Italy, located in the north of the Apennines Mountains. This is a city full of cultural heritage. Because it has long been covered by two giants of Florence and Venice, Bologna is a relatively complete medieval ancient city. It was the wind that kept it in the forgotten corner. I visited here with my colleagues last year due to a business trip. The most impressive thing is the St. Luke Arcade (portico disan luca). It is one of the landmark buildings in Bologna and the longest arcade in the world. There are 666 arches of the St. Luke Arcade Building. It is3.5 kilometers long and has more than a dozen city gates. The corridor connects the periphery of the city, and the design of the corridor gives the city a intimate comfort in the summer, which can both shelter the wind and rain and bring shade to pedestrians. The exterior walls of the building are like Morandi's oil paintings, painted with earthy red and gray pigments, making the building look elegant and bran, and the historical building is full of Italian culture. The city is a historical museum and library, and every street can find the imprint of historical and cultural celebrities. Gourmet Paradise Bologna is known as the "fat man" of Italy because it gathers the essence of Italian cuisine and is a gastronomic paradise in the hearts of many diners. Remember that Italy is the most food-rich country in the world, and Bologna is best known for its meaty pasta, lasagna, and Italian mellow dumplings, ice cream of all tastes. Not to be missed: Bologna City History Museum, Fountain of the Sea, Church of Our Lady, the world's longest riding building
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In summary, we have studied the effect of pruning nodes on the degree correlation in growing scale-free networks. We gave evidence that removing largest-degree nodes remarkably reduces the degree-degree correlation (i.e., it imprints a disassortative mixing pattern) yet keeping a power-law character in the degree distribution, irrespective of whether the removal events take place during or after the growth of the network structure. Moreover, these theoretical observation can get further validation with empirical networks. Our results thus suggest that the negative correlation observed ubiquitously in technological and biological real-world networks can be the effect of spontaneous emergence, due to the possibility that largest-degree nodes are liable to dye out during the growing process of the network's structure.
Carcasses of 107 free-ranging wolves (including Wolf 107) and one captive wolf (Wolf 109) were delivered for necropsy regardless of the degree of autolysis. Body measurements and weight were determined and the age was estimated by teeth inspection using the teeth wear technique . Tissue samples from 26 non-autolytic carcasses were submitted for further routine histopathology. Brain, kidney, liver, lung, myocardium and spleen slices were fixed in 10% neutral formalin, dehydrated, paraffin embedded, cut to a thickness of 5 μm and stained with hematoxylin and eosin. Pieces of the brain, kidney, liver, lung, myocardium and spleen from each animal were frozen at -20 C. Blood cloth, kidney, liver, myocardium, lung and spleen cut surface imprints were prepared, air-dried and stained using the May-Grünwald-Giemsa protocol. Due to post-mortal hemolysis, the number of intracellular and extracellular piroplasms was evaluated in tissue imprints in approximately 4,000 erythrocytes and their surrounding areas per each slide.