(äl'tämo͞o`rä), city (1991 pop. 57,874), Apulia, S Italy. It is a commercial and agricultural center. The imposing Romanesque cathedral, with twin campaniles, was begun by Emperor Frederick II in 1232.
The consumption of seed reserve compounds such as proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates has been correlated with the onset of organogenesis and somatic embryogenesis (Branca Torelli, Fermi, Altamura, & Bassi, 1994; Cangahuala-Inocente, Steiner, Santos, & Guerra, 2004).
Mina Castoro, who opened the Tre Archi restaurant Via San Michele with her husband Peppino in 1985, delighted in telling me about Altamura's strong message to McDonald's when they opened there some years ago.
Once--if I maybe permitted a personal recollection--while I was visiting Altamura as secretary of the Socialist Federation, in the piazza where the poor peasants have spent centuries waiting, an "old sage" (maybe an Apulian relative of Suleiman Stalski) took my hand furtively and pulled me into the entrance hall of an old manor, as though he intended to pass along some ineffable truth.
While all children may need some support from time to time to acquire the ability to interact appropriately, for others peer interactions can be particularly challenging (Elliott & Gresham, 1991; McCabe & Altamura, 2011).
These were identified using the International Composed Diagnostic Interview (CIDI) (Robins et al., 1988), in its original version, which has demonstrated good psychometric properties in various contexts (Tacchini, Coppola, Musazzi, Altamura & Invernizzi, 1994), which is still currently the case (Kessler & Ustiin, 2004).