1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 20, 2016 5:30 AM by Loic.Aigon

    xml CALS table import problem

    aviR Level 1

      Hii all

      After importing this xml none of the styles are getting applied. What is the problem can anyone please suggest me?

      How can i retain the formatting of cals table?

      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>

      <root xmlns:aid="http://ns.adobe.com/AdobeInDesign/4.0/" xmlns:aid5="http://ns.adobe.com/AdobeInDesign/5.0/">

      <table-wrap  xmlns:aid5="http://ns.adobe.com/AdobeInDesign/5.0/" aid5:tablestyle="Table Style 1" id="data-uuid-85c64ce474f44dd29d9a3fa865f904cc" class="table-b color5 font-sans custom-tbl-1"><caption><div id="data-uuid-4298179eea2d4f2d82a32c67b4c9fa0e" class="enumeration">Table 14.1</div><p id="data-uuid-d0268f391343450cbab368b1831ff025" class="caption text-uppercase">Isolating Mechanisms</p></caption><table xmlns:aid="http://ns.adobe.com/AdobeInDesign/4.0/" xmlns:aid5="http://ns.adobe.com/AdobeInDesign/5.0/"><tgroup cols="3"><colspec colname="col1" align="left"/><colspec colname="col2" align="left"/><colspec colname="col3" align="left"/><tbody>

      <row class="no-border" aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1"><entry id="data-uuid-ede057eb285543d8a4cbc4d3b565d7ff" colspan="2" namest="col1" nameend="col2">Mechanism</entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-e016edb506ee49aea209f19478f4d824">Description</entry></row>

      <row><entry class="no-border stripe_light" aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-506493f60a084106ae6296aff9216574" colspan="3" namest="col1" nameend="col3"><b aid:cstyle="Bold"><i>Prezygotic Isolating Mechanisms</i></b></entry></row>

      <row class="no-border stripe_light"><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-8145412fdb39438095a7197ada7f2115"><p id="data-uuid-70e60bc9ad3a4ac291fb620caf081d1d">Geographic isolation</p></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-9ed825cf49c04082a20168440f46201a" class="top-align"><img src="../../img/chapter14/joh24218_ta1419a.png" id="data-uuid-e6a1f66608b04b26b14692423a7e359f" class="icon" alt=""/></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-0f7976f59c5049b9bacc944ad602e341"><p id="data-uuid-0e5db85451dd4885a23c605db00311c5">Species occur in different areas, which are often separated by a physical barrier such as a river or mountain range.</p></entry></row>

      <row class="no-border stripe_light"><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-f5f1fc6665c849a6beebebc2dcca0451"><p id="data-uuid-2af394a0735e40d9ab4443e73def9cd1">Ecological isolation</p></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-fcb4f22194854f2fbde9f015ab979afc" class="top-align"><img src="../../img/chapter14/joh24218_ta1419b.png" id="data-uuid-67b213f9d25a4aa9b6c485a29f7adbc5" class="icon" alt=""/></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-026ecfe721b3486b8297cb8488a61aa1"><p id="data-uuid-ec1a4beee213488db3355a6533414bbd">Species occur in the same area, but they occupy different habitats. Survival of hybrids is low because they are not adapted to either environment of their parents.</p></entry></row>

      <row class="no-border stripe_light"><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-42178dda8c6a439cb1be19973c9b4aff"><p id="data-uuid-1a5d7da421694a03b0be2a377675b365">Temporal isolation</p></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-8eff236da2844032bb69976f45b64ae1" class="top-align"><img src="../../img/chapter14/joh24218_ta1419c.png" id="data-uuid-e6a36506d48a47bd9534fc4781a94432" class="icon" alt=""/></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-5bd683b850434384bb97c205230977fc"><p id="data-uuid-ccff8d5b8bbd46e9a5e70f3eb107dac6">Species reproduce in different seasons or at different times of the day.</p></entry></row>

      <row class="no-border stripe_light"><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-bcb00d31536b42d58dbc1abeb721dd8d"><p id="data-uuid-8086b5add322409b91f267d79c7c74d9">Behavioral isolation</p></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-0c5a2a11119a47aa96d47e956ba45f52" class="top-align"><img src="../../img/chapter14/joh24218_ta1419d.png" id="data-uuid-c1c60e0a6ecc477389c3a96ccab64552" class="icon" alt=""/></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-54254e285d4e44299937d69b1868a1f1"><p id="data-uuid-e5274b4e29544b658fe7aaa6d39da9cb">Species differ in their mating rituals.</p></entry></row>

      <row class="no-border stripe_light"><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-62aa183214524825a376afc55f5490c7"><p id="data-uuid-3a10962b672c4fa4b896e6bee387f3cd">Mechanical isolation</p></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-5c977123e6214b1bb10373e47860bc96" class="top-align"><img src="../../img/chapter14/joh24218_ta1419e.png" id="data-uuid-822bea6dd64d4badb5bca8cdd51343ec" class="icon" alt=""/></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-3a48404d0ccf4231b05bacb311a0bfac"><p id="data-uuid-f5f1276a7f8341feb43d3d7d26c03f8a">Structural differences between species prevent mating.</p></entry></row>

      <row class="no-border stripe_light"><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-488c3da229c44bbcbd251f4a192e0c5c"><p id="data-uuid-e141a87c287148bc99e9bfb2879865fd">Prevention of gamete fusion</p></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-b08134eaff11491cbdcd00b25adebc73" class="top-align"><img src="../../img/chapter14/joh24218_ta1419f.png" id="data-uuid-e400f7983e7d4d2591fb84f56214034e" class="icon" alt=""/></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-0148f03041554bc880da2f1c994954b0"><p id="data-uuid-378da9e575e146348707abba6e4ea619">Gametes of one species function poorly with the gametes of another species or within the reproductive tract of another species.</p></entry></row>

      <row class="no-border stripe_light"><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-d9873c4599f84de9ac19da0fc440b2a8" colspan="3" namest="col1" nameend="col3"><b aid:cstyle="Bold"><i>Postzygotic Isolating Mechanisms</i></b></entry></row>

      <row class="no-border stripe_light"><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-d4aaddfcdd4c4c67b250d0a2cc9153d1"><p id="data-uuid-c6e23322167c4313bd6be5acf1de40a3">Hybrid inviability or infertility</p></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-f3362efbf437435e99f1632b5c2b7d8e" class="top-align"><img src="../../img/chapter14/joh24218_ta1419g.png" id="data-uuid-e1ab32a551494b97acceb87a68831f60" class="icon" alt=""/></entry><entry aid5:cellstyle="Cell Style 1" id="data-uuid-bdcd5b643e6d42d59255fa3195ee6107"><p id="data-uuid-f1fdfcd406a844bdb00f16de9a81b270">Hybrid embryos do not develop properly, hybrid adults do not survive in nature, or hybrid adults are sterile or have reduced fertility.</p></entry></row></tbody></tgroup></table></table-wrap></root>