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EAG response and behavioral orientation of Dastarcus helophoroides (Fairmaire) (Coleoptera: Bothrideridae) to synthetic host-associated volatiles

. Data curation: Li li Ren. Formal analysis: Li li Ren. Funding acquisition: You qing Luo, Stefan SchuÈtz. Investigation: Li li Ren. Methodology: Li li Ren, Karthi Balakrishnan. Resources: Karthi ... Balakrishnan, You qing Luo, Stefan SchuÈtz. Software: Li li Ren. Supervision: You qing Luo, Stefan SchuÈtz. Writing ± original draft: Li li Ren. Writing ± review & editing: Karthi Balakrishnan, You qing Luo

Reexploration of interacting holographic dark energy model: cases of interaction term excluding the Hubble parameter

In this paper, we make a deep analysis for the five typical interacting holographic dark energy models with the interaction terms \(Q=3\beta H_{0}\rho _\mathrm{{de}}\), \(Q=3\beta H_{0}\rho _\mathrm{{c}}\), \(Q=3\beta H_{0}(\rho _\mathrm{{de}}+\rho _\mathrm{c})\), \(Q=3\beta H_{0}\sqrt{\rho _\mathrm{{de}}\rho _\mathrm{c}}\), and \(Q=3\beta H_{0}\frac{\rho _\mathrm{{de}}\rho ...

Backreacted DBI magnetotransport with momentum dissipation

We examine magnetotransport in a holographic Dirac-Born-Infeld model, taking into account the effects of backreaction on the geometry. The theory we consider includes axionic scalars, introduced to break translational symmetry and generate momentum dissipation. The generic structure of the DC conductivity matrix for these theories is extremely rich, and is significantly more ...

The association between DNA methylation and exon expression in the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas

assistance with bioinformatics software installation. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Kai Song, Li Li, Guofan Zhang. Data curation: Kai Song. Formal analysis: Kai Song. Funding acquisition: Guofan ... Zhang. Investigation: Kai Song. Methodology: Kai Song. Validation: Li Li, Guofan Zhang. 10 / 12 11 / 12 1. Zhang X , Yazaki J , Sundaresan A , Cokus S , Chan SW , Chen H , et al. Genome-wide high

Test the mergers of the primordial black holes by high frequency gravitational-wave detector

The black hole could have a primordial origin if its mass is less than \(1M_\odot \). The mergers of these black hole binaries generate stochastic gravitational-wave background (SGWB). We investigate the SGWB in high frequency band \(10^{8}\)–\(10^{10}\,\mathrm {Hz}\). It can be detected by high frequency gravitational-wave detector. Energy density spectrum and amplitude of the ...

Intertwined orders in holography: pair and charge density waves

Building on [1], we examine a holographic model in which a U(1) symmetry and translational invariance are broken spontaneously at the same time. The symmetry breaking is realized through the Stückelberg mechanism, and leads to a scalar condensate and a charge density which are spatially modulated and exhibit unidirectional stripe order. Depending on the choice of parameters, the ...

On the performance of the Code Division Duplex system using interference rejection codes

In this paper, we investigate the performance of the Code Division Duplex (CDD) system using the interference rejection codes, which exhibit zero correlation values on the relative delay-induced code offsets and can be applied to mitigate the mutual interference between the uplink and downlink. Specifically, we propose to employ loosely synchronous codes to effectively combat the ...

Molecular mechanics and dynamics simulation of hydrogen diffusion in aluminum melt

The main impurities in aluminum melt are hydrogen and Al2O3, which can deteriorate melt quality and materials performance. However, the diffusion process of H atoms in aluminum melt and the interactions among Al atoms, Al2O3 and hydrogen have been studied rarely. Molecular mechanics and dynamics simulations are employed to study the diffusion behaviors of different types of ...

Correction to: Evaluation of the real-time TRMM-based multi-satellite precipitation analysis for an operational flood prediction system in Nzoia Basin, Lake Victoria, Africa

Unfortunately, the name of author Daniel Irwin was misspelled as Daniel Irwn in the original publication. We hereby correct this.

How long do natural waters “remember” release incidents of Marcellus Shale waters: a first order approximation using reactive transport modeling

Natural gas production from the Marcellus Shale formation has significantly changed energy landscape in recent years. Accidental release, including spills, leakage, and seepage of the Marcellus Shale flow back and produced waters can impose risks on natural water resources. With many competing processes during the reactive transport of chemical species, it is not clear what ...

A review of traditional pharmacological uses, phytochemistry, and pharmacological activities of Tribulus terrestris

Dong 0 Li Li 0 0 School of Science, Beijing Technology and Business University , Beijing 100048 , People's Republic of China Tribulus terrestris L. (TT) is an annual plant of the family Zygophyllaceae

Profiling of volatile fragrant components in a mini-core collection of mango germplasms from seven countries

further research to assist the development and utilization of mango aromas. 12 / 14 Author Contributions Conceptualization: Li Li. Data curation: Li Li. Formal analysis: Song-Biao Wang. Project ... administration: Li Li, Song-Biao Wang. Software: Li Li, Xiao-Wei Ma, Chun Luo. Writing ± original draft: Li Li. Writing ± review & editing: Xiao-Wei Ma, Ru-Lin Zhan, Hong-Xia Wu, Quan-Sheng Yao, Wen-Tian Xu

Criteria for superfluid instabilities of geometries with hyperscaling violation

We examine the onset of superfluid instabilities for geometries that exhibit hyperscaling violation and Lifshitz-like scaling at infrared and intermediate energy scales, and approach AdS in the ultraviolet. In particular, we are interested in the role of a non-trivial coupling between the neutral scalar supporting the scaling regime, and the (charged) complex scalar which ...

SM22α suppresses cytokine-induced inflammation and the transcription of NF-κB inducing kinase (Nik) by modulating SRF transcriptional activity in vascular smooth muscle cells

Fang, Jianbin Shen, Neeraja Priyanka Annam, Hong Jiang, Donghong Ju and Li Li. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript ... , Jingye Fang, Jianbin Shen, Youming Xie, Kezhong Zhang, Yan Yuan Tseng, Zhe Yang, Arun K. Rishi, Hui J. Li, Maozhou Yang, Li Li. Data curation: Xiaohua Dai, Devi Thiagarajan, Jingye Fang, Jianbin Shen

miR-125b-5p functions as a tumor suppressor gene partially by regulating HMGA2 in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma

Conceptualization: Zhi-Zhou Shi. Data curation: Li-Li Mei. Funding acquisition: Zhi-Zhou Shi. Investigation: Li-Li Mei, Wen-Jun Wang. Methodology: Zhi-Zhou Shi. Project administration: Zhi-Zhou Shi. Resources

Preparation of Palladium(II) Ion-Imprinted Polymeric Nanospheres and Its Removal of Palladium(II) from Aqueous Solution

Three kinds of functional monomers, 4-vinylpridine(4-VP), 2-(allylthio)nicotinic acid(ANA), and 2-Acetamidoacrylic acid(AAA), were used to synthetize palladium(II) ion-imprinted polymeric nanospheres (Pd(II) IIPs) via precipitation-polymerization method in order to study the effects of different functional monomers on the adsorption properties of ion-imprinted materials. The ...

Tardus parvus waveforms in Doppler ultrasonography for hepatic artery stenosis after liver transplantation: can a new cut-off value guide the next step?

Purpose Considering the high false-positive diagnosis of the tardus parvus waveform (TPW) in Doppler ultrasonography (DUS) for hepatic artery stenosis (HAS) after liver transplantation (LT), this study aimed to determine clinical features and new cut-off values to help guide treatment. Materials and methods This retrospective study was approved by an Institutional Review Board. A ...

Comparison of Cold-Knife Conization versus Loop Electrosurgical Excision for Cervical Adenocarcinoma In Situ (ACIS): A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Li Li 1 0 Department of Gynecology, Liuzhou People's Hospital , Liuzhou , China , 2 Department of Gynecologic Oncology, Affiliated Tumor Hospital of Guangxi Medical University , Nanning , China 1

Cysteine 893 is a target of regulatory thiol modifications of GluA1 AMPA receptors

Recent studies indicate that glutamatergic signaling involves, and is regulated by, thiol modifying and redox-active compounds. In this study, we examined the role of a reactive cysteine residue, Cys-893, in the cytosolic C-terminal tail of GluA1 AMPA receptor as a potential regulatory target. Elimination of the thiol function by substitution of serine for Cys-893 led to increased ...