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

    xml CALS table import problem

    aviR

      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>