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Simulations of a heavy ball falling through a sheared suspension

In recent experiments, Blanc et al. (J Fluid Mech 746:R4, 2014) dropped a heavy sphere through a concentrated suspension of smaller, neutrally buoyant particles. They found that the application of a lateral oscillatory shear flow caused the heavy ball to fall faster on average, and that for highly concentrated suspensions, at certain moments of the cycle of shear oscillation, the ...

Historical shell size reduction of the dogwhelk (Nucella lapillus) across the southern UK

Body size reduction is predicted to be one of the most common ecological responses to climate change, yet examples within some taxonomic groups, such as marine molluscs, are rare. Here, we document a significant reduction in shell size of the rocky shore gastropod Nucella lapillus across the southern UK using natural history collections and modern field data. These results are ...

The role of preoperative iron deficiency in colorectal cancer patients: prevalence and treatment

1 TRIP Hemovigilance and Biovigilance Office , Leiden , the Netherlands 2 M. J. Wilson 3 Department of Immunohematology and Blood Transfusion, Leiden University Medical Center , Leiden , the

Electron transport through 8-oxoG: NEGF/DFT study

disease detection; Cancer 1 Introduction Deoxyribose nucleic acid (DNA) is one of the main types of nucleic acid, which in turn is composed of four nucleotides B Luke S. J. Wilson which are the

Receiver Operating Characteristic curve analysis determines association of individual potato foliage volatiles with onion thrips preference, cultivar and plant age

. Investigation: Calum R. Wilson, Noel W. Davies, Annabel J. Wilson, Alison M. Mathews, Guy C. Westmore. Methodology: Calum R. Wilson, Noel W. Davies, Ross Corkrey, Annabel J. Wilson, Alison M. Mathews, Guy C ... . Westmore. Project administration: Calum R. Wilson. Resources: Calum R. Wilson, Noel W. Davies, Annabel J. Wilson. Supervision: Calum R. Wilson. Validation: Calum R. Wilson, Noel W. Davies, Ross Corkrey

How often do mosquitoes bite humans in southern England? A standardised summer trial at four sites reveals spatial, temporal and site-related variation in biting rates

This field-based study examined the abundance and species complement of mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) attracted to humans at four sites in the United Kingdom (UK). The study used a systematic approach to directly measure feeding by mosquitoes on humans at multiple sites and using multiple volunteers. Quantifying how frequently humans are bitten in the field by mosquitoes is a ...

Signs of current suicidality in men: A systematic review

Suicide signs have been identified by expert consensus and are relied on by service providers, community helpers’ and family members to identify suicidal men. Whether signs that are reported in suicide literature accurately describe male presentations of suicidality is unclear. A systematic review of the literature was conducted to identify male-specific signs of current ...

Old concepts, new challenges: adapting landscape-scale conservation to the twenty-first century

Landscape-scale approaches to conservation stem largely from the classic ideas of reserve design: encouraging bigger and more sites, enhancing connectivity among sites, and improving habitat quality. Trade-offs are imposed between these four strategies by the limited resources and opportunities available for conservation programmes, including the establishment and management of ...

Old concepts, new challenges: adapting landscape-scale conservation to the twenty-first century

Landscape-scale approaches to conservation stem largely from the classic ideas of reserve design: encouraging bigger and more sites, enhancing connectivity among sites, and improving habitat quality. Trade-offs are imposed between these four strategies by the limited resources and opportunities available for conservation programmes, including the establishment and management of ...

Quantitative analysis of dynamic 18F-FDG PET/CT for measurement of lung inflammation

Coello et al. EJNMMI Research 18 Quantitative analysis of dynamic F-FDG PET/CT for measurement of lung inflammation Christopher Coello 0 1 Marie Fisk 2 Divya Mohan 7 9 Frederick J. Wilson 5 Andrew

The Role of Trait and State Absorption in the Enjoyment of Music

Little is known about the role of state versus trait characteristics on our enjoyment of music. The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of state and trait absorption upon preference for music, particularly preference for music that evokes negative emotions. The sample consisted of 128 participants who were asked to listen to two pieces of self-selected music and rate ...

Practical Approaches for Detecting Selection in Microbial Genomes

Microbial genome evolution is shaped by a variety of selective pressures. Understanding how these processes occur can help to address important problems in microbiology by explaining observed differences in phenotypes, including virulence and resistance to antibiotics. Greater access to whole-genome sequencing provides microbiologists with the opportunity to perform large-scale ...

Comparing accelerometer, pedometer and a questionnaire for measuring physical activity in bronchiectasis: a validity and feasibility study?

Society of Physiotherapy (PRF Award (11) A02). Jason J Wilson was funded by the Department for Employment and Learning as part of a PhD scholarship. Availability of data and materials Data relating to this

Sarcoplasmic reticulum is an intermediary of mitochondrial and myofibrillar growth at the intercalated disc

In cardiomyocytes columns of intermyofibrillar mitochondria run up to the intercalated disc (ID); half are collinear with those in the neighbouring cell, suggesting coordinated addition of sarcomeres and mitochondria both within and between cells during cardiomyocyte growth. Recent evidence for an association between sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) and mitochondria indicates that the ...

Expression of Cell-Surface Marker ABCB5 Causes Characteristic Modifications of Glucose, Amino Acid and Phospholipid Metabolism in the G3361 Melanoma-Initiating Cell Line

We present a pilot study aimed at determining the effects of expression of ATP-binding cassette member B5 (ABCB5), a previously described marker for melanoma-initiating cells, on cellular metabolism. Metabolic profiles for two groups of human G3361 melanoma cells were compared, i.e. wildtype melanoma cells with intact ABCB5 expression (ABCB5-WT) and corresponding melanoma cell ...

Desperate Prawns: Drivers of Behavioural Innovation Vary across Social Contexts in Rock Pool Crustaceans

Innovative behaviour may allow animals to cope with changes in their environment. Innovative propensities are known to vary widely both between and within species, and a growing body of research has begun to examine the factors that drive individuals to innovate. Evidence suggests that individuals are commonly driven to innovate by necessity; for instance by hunger or because they ...

Coupled-channel Dπ, Dη and \( {D}_s\overline{K} \) scattering from lattice QCD

We present the first lattice QCD study of coupled-channel Dπ, Dη and \( {D}_s\overline{K} \) scattering in isospin-1/2 in three partial waves. Using distillation, we compute matrices of correlation functions with bases of operators capable of resolving both meson and mesonmeson contributions to the spectrum. These correlation matrices are analysed using a variational approach to ...